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☞ Amharic History
The root of Amharic language will take you back to 1 millennium BC when King Solomon alone with her queen Shiba travelled the Red sea into Eritrea. Their son, Menelik 1 was the first Euthiopian ruler. The union of immigrants with Cushitic people gave birth to the new language, Ge’ez, which became the official language Axum Empire from 1 to 6TH century. In the upcoming 10TH to 12TH centaury A.D Amhara overthrew Axium and made Amharic the official language of Ethiopia. In 13TH century, the language was dominant by majority of Ethopian population. The evidence of Amharic documents from 14TH centuary proves that language was widely spoken and written in that time. In 1991, in order to preserve the linguistic heritage the Ethopian government developed the language with the help of ethnic groups and now Amharic language is used to teach in school and used in wide areas of academics, literature and journalism.
☞ Mesmerizing Facts about Amharic Language (አማርኛ Amarəña )
■ Amharic is written with Ge’ez version known as Fidel (ፊደል)
■ The Article 1 of Universal Declaration of Human Rights was translated in Amharic
■ Reggae song such as misty in roots and Ras Michael was written in this language
■ It has its own writing system; there’s no direct conversion to roman character.
■ It has no neutral pronoun. Either you use a Masculine pronoun or feminine pronoun.
■ In terms of difficulty, It is a category 2 language
■ Amharic is a Semitic language that serves as the lingua franca of Ethiopia. Being the second-most spoken Semitic language, after Arabic, it grabs the attention of most of the entrepreneurs wishing to expand in Ethiopia.
■ Since 46.6% of the GDP comes from the agriculture sector in Ethiopia, therefore, translating into Amharic will be very effectual, if you are into agriculture field.
■ Petroleum requirements in Ethiopia are met via imports, therefore for an Ethiopian firm, translating their Amharic documents into other language holds prime concern.
☞ Amharic Alphabet
☞ Where is Amharic Spoken
☞ Amharic Dialects
» Gondar Amharic : spoken in semine Gondar zone
» Gojjam Amharic : Spoken in North west Ethiopia
» Shewa Amharic : Spoken in Shewa regin
☞ Amharic Old Variants
Ge’ez , kmown as the ancient south Semitic language was spoken in Euthopia and Eritrea about 25 million ago
☞ Basic Info about Language Native Country
• Country: Ethiopia
• Capital: Addis Ababa
• Population: 101,853,268
• GDP (per capita): 486.27 dollar
• President: Mulatu Teshome
• Prime Minister: Hailemariam Desalegn
• Government Type: Federal parliamentary republic
• Currency: Ethiopian Birr
• Ease of Doing Business Rank: 159
• Unemployment Rate: 17.40%
• Major Industries: Automotive, Education, Energy, Financial, Industrial, Life sciences, Retail, Technology, Travel, Telecommunication, Media and Entertainment
☞ Country Facts
✓ Ethiopia is located in Eastern Africa, just west to Somalia.
✓ It is also regarded as the oldest nation in the world.
✓ It has a history over 3000 year old; the oldest fossil of man was discovered here
✓ It is the only African country that was never colonized
✓ Beside Amharic, over 80 language is spoke in this country.
✓ The country was mentioned in Bibal and Quoran
✓ As per the Ethiopian calendar there are 13 months
☞ Why you should translate your business into this language
Amharic is widely spoken in Ethiopian, Amhara, Amarigna, Amarinya and Abyssinian. This language is widely used in many institution and journalism. Translating your business into Amharic language will help you to expand your reach and you can easily communicate about your work, products and services to them.
Amharic is spoken by 7 to 15 million speakers worldwide; one can’t neglect the importance of business translation if you’re planning to do business into this country. Amharic language is used in wide fields such as education, housing, law, clinical, health, wills, etc. Translation of housing, medical, environmental or marketing related documents can ease your work.
☞ Why Choose Us
At Tridindia, we are specialized in providing you the best translation services by not compromising in quality. Below points differentiate us from others.
- ISO 2008: 2015 certified; ensuring quality translation
- We have a team of experienced professional translation who are native speakers.
- Rapid turnaround time, we are specialized in providing you simultaneous translation.
- Handle multiple documents; we are capable in handling any documents in any format.
- Privacy and security. We maintain the safety and secrecy of information and documents
- Our experts are qualified and are fluent in reading, writing and speaking.
- No hidden cost.
- 24*7 customer care service
- We can assist you in multiple fields
Since our team is a multilingual team of professional translators, therefore, we provide complete language support to the clients. No matter, what is your language translation requirement; we provide authentic and error-free translation services in all languages. Thus, you can get all your Amharic documents translated into any language and vice versa.
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