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In 6TH century A.D, Swahili language was regarded as the language of slaves in Zanzibar. The majority of people was ruled by Arab, the language was further spread by Arabs after their settlement in Zanzibar. As the time passes by, the number of trading routes were increased Swahili merchants traveled to other countries, this further expanded the language.
In 19TH century, Swahili language was changed significantly and influenced by Latin. In this century, the first dictionary and grammar was created and later it became the official language of entire British South Africa. The language was further developed and it became the primary language of education in schools and institution.
Facts about Professional Swahili Language ( Kiswahili / كِسوَهِل )
Swahili is spoken by over 140 million speakers in Africa and serves as the Lingua Franca for most of the East Africa. Thus, Swahili translation is great for the firms planning to expand in Africa.
Swahili translation plays a significant role in the business dealing for oil and gas, as the oil and gas findings in east Africa are expected to grow at a rapid pace.
According to reports, Lamu Port and Bagamoyo port are under construction in Kenya and Tanzania respectively. Thus, through Swahili translation the construction firms can find various construction projects for larger growth and revenue.
Swahili is pronounced as Swah-HEE-Lee and is also known as Waswahili
The Swahili dictionary is comprised by Persian, German, French and Portuguese
The longest word in Swahili is Kikusikitishacho used with word Kipi,. The English translation is whats bugging you.
Where is Language Spoken
|United Arab Emirates||Canada||Madagascar|
|Somali||Comoros Islands||United States|
|Republic of Congo||Uganda||Malawi|
Historical Dialects: Standard Swahili ( spoken in stone age), Kimwani (centered at Kerimba Island) and Chimwiini (spoken in south coast if Somalia.
Modern Dialects: Kingwanai (south republic of congo) and Sheng (blend of Swahili)
Basic Info about Language Native Country
GDP (per capita): 842.44 USD
President: John Magufuli
Prime Minister: Kassim Majaliwa
Government Type: Presidential republic
Currency: Tanzanian shilling
Ease of Doing Business Rank: 132
Unemployment Rate: 10.3
Major Industries: Arts/music, Banking, Computing/Softwre, Education, Finance, Engineering, Journalism, Mechanical, Media, Medical, technology, Telecommunication, Transportation, Travel & tourismRealestate, Law, Social media, Patents, others
Tanzania gain independence in 1961
It is the largest country in East Africa with more than 4 million wild animals.
30 percent of area is occupied by National parks, sanctuaries, nature and protected areas.
The Famous Kilimanjaro Mountain is located at Tanzania.
Mpigno tress, the world most expensive hardwood tree, is found here.
The earliest human skull was discovered in Tanzania
Why you should translate your business into this language
More than 52 million people speaks Swahili making it the most popular and widespread language in South Africa. Translating your business into this language will allow you to easily communicate. Swahili language is used in radio, television, media, mass culture, journalism and politics. For a businessperson, translation could assist you in promotion and marketing of your product and for political party, translation could be beneficial for diplomatic solutions.
Many neighboring countries of East Africa also use Swahili, hence translating your business, you can expand your reach into multiple diversify region. One could explore new opportunities for products and services.
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At Tridindia, we are focused in providing quality translation services with the combination of skilled people, certified methods and latest technologies.
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We have a team of experienced professional translation who are native speakers.
Rapid turnaround time, we are specialized in providing you simultaneous translation.
We are specialized in multiple field such as : Software, Website, Multimedia, elearning, Graphic, etc.
Privacy and security are our first priority. We ensure safety and secrecy of information and documents from any third party access.
Our experts are fluent in reading, writing and speaking.
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Since our translation assignments undergo a rigorous quality checks for final editing and proof-reading, therefore we leave no stone unturned for assuring the quality and excellence of translated assignment. With such a systematic process of translations, we see to it that the translation charges fit the clients’ budget and pocket.
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