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As anthropology suggests, the first human were from Africa, it is the mother of all civilizations and languages on some sense. Offering exciting range of African languages translation services we understand that the continent is gigantic and like other continents has several countries and languages. However, they all speak their own languages and that may be a reason that none of their language is among the top ten spoken languages like Chinese, English, Hindi, Spanish, Arabic, Malay, Bengali, French, Russian, Portuguese, etc. amongst others.

Interestingly, there are a billion people speak Chinese. The other two languages English and Spanish too are widely spoken languages. Regarding African languages their languages divided into several major language families that include Niger–Congo or perhaps Atlantic–Congo languages. Most of these languages are spoken in West, Central, Southeast and Southern Africa. On the other hand, Afro-asiatic languages are spoken majorly in the Western Asia, North Africa, and the Horn of Africa.

Some Major African Language Covered

Linguistic diversity of African continent is amazing in some extent as each African country has some of its own language and then some languages that were forced to them by the overlords or colonial powers. For a long time African countries have been the colonies of European countries like England, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, etc. amongst others. Therefore, some countries speak languages like Spanish, German, English, Dutch, and Portuguese; however, this does not mean that Africans don’t have their native languages.

Nevertheless, apart from English, French, Portuguese, Arabic and Spanish Africans speak languages like Somali, Berber, Amharic, Oromo, Igbo, Swahili, Hausa, Manding, Fulani and Yoruba, etc. amongst others. However, Arabic which is not an African language is spoken widely in Algeria, Comoros, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Somalia, Sudan, and Tunisia. Africa proudly claims to have more than 2,000 languages; however, only 75 languages have received any recognition.

Division of African Languages

There are nearly 200 languages that are spoken in Northern Africa which includes parts of the horn of Africa, Central Sahara et the top Nile.

In this group there are nearly 140 languages that are spoken along the Nile River. Some estimates tell that nearly eleven millions speakers scattered in Central and Eastern Africa.

In this segment there are nearly 1000 languages with some 200 millions speakers. The major language in this group is the Bantu languages which are spoken widely in Central, Southern, and Eastern Africa.

Among the African languages, the Khoisan languages are spoken quite widely in the western part of Southern Africa.

What we do offer at Get Any Languages

Some of the major translation works that we offer under the segment of African language includes legal Documents and Correspondence used by government officials, Visa Applications from government officials and representatives, and documents used in Events Branding to expand in the African continent. Additionally, we generate Content Online and Print for government Communications and Interviews and Surveys by government agencies as well as do Government Website Localization. Our translators also work for Video Dubbing and Subtitling from government officials and representatives to make sure that clients expand to new regions in Africa. We are trusted for the following reasons:

Get Any Language translation company  delivers the most professional translation services for individuals, companies and government agencies with the help of experienced native translators. Our translators have deep understanding and capacity to translate all sorts of documents and content from the clients.

To make sure that translated work is of standard quality, we have a set process and quality control with the help of top editors and linguists. Our translators deliver authentic and acceptable certified translation in African languages.

Our quality control mechanism combines the best of the two i.e. technology and human intelligence. Accuracy and authenticity is ensured with the help of well educated linguists who take support from AI machines for translation.

List of African Languages We Service

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