Swahili Translation Agency in London, UK
Details of the Swahili translation services provided by professional Swahili translators based in London, UK via London Translation Services.
Here are the details of the Swahili translation services provided by professional Swahili translators based in London, UK via London Translation Services.
There are very few Swahili translation agencies in London. Since 2010, London Translation Services has been working with many of the United Kingdom's best Swahili translators and have a long-term history of the highest quality at competitive rates for all Swahili translation and translation-related services.
Our system as a professional Swahili translation agency in London, is to quote each Swahili translation project independently. We look forward to giving you a free quote for all your Swahili translation needs while many of our Swahili translators are ready. You can then match our pricing with other agencies, and we can assure you that you are getting good value for your money.
London Translation Services frequently produces Swahili Translations
Our expert project managers will be in touch with you from the beginning to ensure that our professional Swahili translators will work with you on whatever translation you require. Here are several of the services our Swahili translators offer in London and to clients throughout the world. Please do not hesitate to contact us as we will be able to assist you if you require any translation service (normally offered by a Swahili translation agency in London).
- Official Swahili Translations:
- Swahili Legal Translations
- Swahili Certificate Translations
- Swahili Certified Translations
- Swahili Translation & Related:
- Swahili Website Translations
- Swahili Standard Text Translations
- Swahili Transcription
- Swahili Mobile App Translations
- Swahili Technical Translations
- Swahili User Manual Translations
Swahili Translation Agency Reviews
In the past year, London Translation Services has provided Swahili translation services to many clients and, across various review-channels for Swahili translators’ work, we have received 12 reviews. Our Swahili translation services, as of Oct, 2020, received an overall rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars. Please go to: Review London Translation Services If you have used our Swahili translation services and would like to leave a review for other would-be clients to see.
Qualifications of our Swahili Translators
All our Swahili translators have been thoroughly scrutinised and detain a minimum of the following qualifications:
- Native Swahili speakers
- University educated in translation
- Experienced with the subject matter of your Swahili text
- Accredited by one or more translation institutes for their previous Swahili translation experience
- References from other Swahili translation agencies in London or the UK
If you are not yet registered with us, we would be pleased to hear from you if you are a qualified Swahili translator that has a university degree in translation. Simply email your CV and references to firstname.lastname@example.org and our HR department will be in touch with you shortly after.
More about the Swahili Language
History of Swahili
The Swahili language is a Bantu language and is one of the first languages in Africa. It is also the national language of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. A fraction of its vocabulary derives from Arabic. The number of Swahili speakers vary from 50 to 100 million. The teaching of Swahili in South African schools has been legalized as an optional subject to begin in 2020. The position of Swahili as a modern medium of communications has been strengthened by the early development of language technology applications. Swahili Culture Swahili people are all Muslims.
Worldwide there is somewhere between 2 million and 15 million native speakers of Swahili as a first language
It is believed that the Swahili language is easy to learn for an English speaker. One of the reasons is the it is currently written in an alphabet close to English. However, it does not use the letters “Q” and “X”. One letter often stands for more than one sound.
Learn more about Swahili history and the people who are speak Swahili today by reading the following information on Wikipedia.org:
Swahili Translation Services
Our most common Swahili translation services and details of the translators that perform the translations can be found here: