Frisian Translation Services

Fastest professional Frisian Translation Services by 4000+ certified Frisian translators who offer accurate Translation Services in Frisian language for government, public and private sectors. Our native experts have been working in 250+ languages for multiple industries, like legal, technical, medical, engineering, Shipping, NGOs, mining, media, oil & gas and so forth. Thus, we have established as a well-known global Frisian Language Translation services company in New Delhi India Mumbai Amritsar Kolkata Chandigarh Chennai UAE Hyderabad Bangalore Noida Pune Gurgaon Ghaziabad and several other Indian and foreign cities. Most of industries we also deal like real estate, legal, mining, engineering, academic, technical, medicine, life science and many more. We even provide all types of professional Frisian interpretation service on reasonable charge by experienced Frisian interpreters. If you are looking for Affordable Frisian localization service for apps, website or any field related to tech, then we can also assist you for the same.

Communication is important to any global business. Thanks to lightning fast internet, smart devices and social networking now we can communicate rapidly and businesses can target consumers from all around the world. But it’s not as easy as it sounds not until we solve mystify of language differentiation. One must not forget that there are more than 1000 native speakers and only 25 percent of world populations possess basic knowledge of English. People prefer information in their native language only.

At Tridindia, we make sure that your business including your web content is well translated into multiple languages in order to give your readers clear understanding of whatever you’re offering. Our accurate translation helps organization to prevent several unfortunate scenarios such as:

Missed opportunities: Without translation your business is numb, you won’t be able to communicate, your product and services will remain away from consumer reach.

Unambiguous communication: Inaccurate communication is much worse than no communication. Unambiguous communication creates room of chaos and confusion about your organization products in the mind of customers.

Rivalries: If you’re entering into global market it is very obvious that you’ll face intense competition from both domestic and international markets. How you’re planning to fight them without translation?

Unknown Facts about Frisian language:

  Frisian language is mostly spoken in southern part of the North Sea in the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark.
  Frisian language is the closest living language of English languages group.
  There are 3 main varieties of Frisian – West Frisian, North Frisian and Sater Frisian.
  It is official language of Netherland and Germany.
  Frisian is strongly related to English language with almost 80% of vocabulary similarities.
  It is spoken by nearly 5,00,000 speakers all around the world.
  Most of the Frisian speakers live in Netherland

Frisian language got its official status in 1997 with its west Frisian name, Fryslân. The major Frisians speakers live in Friesland, a Province of Netherlands. There are around 4,50,000 Frisian speakers in Netherland, and 40,000 in Germany and rest in other parts of the world.

Frisian Language Is Spoken In:


Types Of Frisian Language:

1- West Frisian:

It is mostly spoken by those of Frisian ancestor in province of Friesland in Netherlands. It is the most commonly spoken among the three Frisian languages. West Frisian refers to the dialect of the Dutch language. This Frisian language is commonly called as “Frisian.”

2- Saterland Frisian:

Saterland Frisian is also known as Sater Frisian. It is the last living dialect of the East Frisian language. It is related to the other Frisian languages, which is spoken in Germany. It is mainly spoken in the region between Lauwers river (Dutch) and Weser river (Germany).

3- North Frisian:

It is minority language of Germany which is spoken by nearly 30,000 people in North Frisia. It is a part of West Germanic Frisian languages.

Information About The Frisian Native Country:

  Country: Netherlands
  Population: 17,000,059
  Prime minister: Mark Rutte
  Government Type: Parliamentary representative democracy and a constitutional monarchy
  Currency: Euro
  GDP: $856.265 Billion
  Economic aid: Donor
  Major Industries: Chemicals, electrical machinery, metal products, electronics, natural gas and petroleum.

Some Interesting Facts About Netherland:

 Around 20% of the Netherlands is located below sea level.
 A major population of Netherland can speak more than one language.
 It is a part of European Union
 It is the most densely populated country in Europe
 Netherland is the largest Beer exporter country in the world.

History of Frisian language:

Frisian is a part of Germanic languages, a group of language which includes English, German, Dutch, Danish, Faroese, Swedish, Afrikaans, Norwegian, and Icelandic language. In the beginning of Middle Ages the Frisian lands was the area around Bruges, which is now Belgium. Frisian language was spoken in entire southern North Sea coast. But today many of its areas have lost its heritage of this language. This language has more closely related to English and Scots. The language has now come across from the era of Old Frisian to modern Frisian. The period of the Old Frisian was from 1150 to 1550.

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Translation helps in putting all your content into one hub that can be accesses by multilingual users anytime they want. It is a cost effective solution to provide legitimate information to all audiences at diverse location and most of the organizations understands its vital need to ensure correct and seamless information.

At Tridindia, our top notch translation services helps organization to:

Increase market potential: With the help of an effective translation you can analyze market scenarios, market potential, new product placement, brands positioning and much more

Reach target audiences: An effective translation strategy helps in breaking down the communication barrier and reach more potential customers who are willing to buy your products.

Outrun competitors: Enterprise translation solutions helps in getting sales at impressive rate. You’ll gain edge over your rivalries when you’ll provide translation to wider customers and your competitors will not. This will help in improving your brand value and generate loyal customers.

An effective translation helps in managing foreign subsidiaries, clients, collaboration and market efficiently.

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Frisian language is spoken by a major population of Netherland. This language is very important for trade in Netherland, which is one of the richest countries of the world. If you are looking for Frisian translations then you are at the right place! You can take our assistance anytime!

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