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Need an Ethiopian Language Translator?

Updated on April 22, 2013
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Ethiopia is one of many countries in the world ho has so many spoken languages. You can imagine the chaos when it comes to communicating in different parts of the country. There are of course, few well recognized and dominant languages, but things are not easy when all local administrations work in their local languages. This created a big gap in the communication and people living in the same country now need an Ethiopian Language Translator. The other need for an Ethiopian Language Translator is for people living in other countries other than Ethiopia. The needs of getting a professional translator is high in governmental, immigration and and legal situations. So how and where do we get these professional Ethiopian Language Translators?

Any Ethiopian who speaks as many local languages as possible could be a great help in narrowing the gap of communication. There are so many people who do speak and write few of the main languages in the country. Amharic is the official state language of the country. Though people who speak the main languages can help in translation, they are not capable of translating legally. It is only one who is certified and licensed by an institution that can be a legal Ethiopian Language Translator. There are so many translators if we are looking for them in the country. They most certainly will have a recognized office with a clear display of their license to operate as one. If you are in a foreign country,you will get them through institutions who will contact them whenever you need an Ethiopian Language Translator.

What to look for in Ethiopian Language Translator

whenever you are looking for a legal Ethiopian Language Translator be aware that there could always be a chance that the translator may not be able to speak the one or many of the main languages. As the state's language is Amharic, whoever is certified as a translator and speaks the state's language may say that he/she can translate. But ask if the translator is able to speak the language you are needing a translation for. But if what you are looking for is for casual and non-legal translation there are many who can help. Ethiopian Language Translators are already in high demand in the capital and many other local districts, the same being true in many other foreign countries. Whoever is operating in the country as a translator should have all legal requirements and a license of working as translator. Translators are required to have a high level of accuracy for the very fact that what they translated is the same as the original document.

Does this girl need Amharic Language Translator?

For any Ethiopian Amharic speaker who watches the video at the right, it is clear that this cute girl is not a native speaker. she probably is one of the daughters of many Ethiopian Americans who live in the states. Yeah, she has almost mastered the pronunciations of many words but you still can tell she is not there yet. Almost all children of immigrants would face a problem of speaking their parents' languages. Many would not be able to understand the language beyond the simple day to day vocabularies. So i would say children who are born to Ethiopian Parents need an Ethiopian Language translator.

Amharic language is one of the most ancient and well developed languages of the country. It has its own letters, numbers, grammar and calendar. It would be a bit difficult to learn Amharic for foreigners as they have to go through all the alphabets and come up with pronouncing words the right way. There could also be a little difference between the Amharic spoken in the main cities and rural areas. Anyone in the country who is originally speaking other languages and speaks Amharic as a second language could easily be picked up by native Amharic speakers. This is as well true vice versa. One of the problems which existed in the power struggle of the country is a notion that Amharic speakers are superior to others. Of course it has been successfully tackled by introducing autonomy to local governments now. Every language in the country is seen as equal to others and all citizens have the right to be educated by their mother tongue.


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