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The English to Kurdish translation team
We have a small dedicated team of Kurdish translation professionals who are at the top of their field. Each translator brings years of experience and know-how to guarantee superb quality English to Kurdish translations. Each translator has a specialisation, whether it be legal, financial, scientific or academic, that they solely concentrate on.
Our policy is to only have native speakers translate into their mother tongue. i.e. for an English to Kurdish translation a Kurdish translator would be used where as for a Kurdish to English translator a native English speaker. Why do we do this? Simple – to ensure your translation is the best it can be.
We deal on a daily basis with a variety of materials including letters, brochures, handbooks, articles, manuals, guides, legal texts, novels and much more. No matter what your request, how large or small, we guarantee a top-notch translation in the quickest possible time.
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There are three strands of Kurdish that have evolved from their different geographical locations:
Spoken mainly in Iraq, South of the Great Zab River, in Suleimaniye, Arbil, Kirkuk, and Khanaqin and Mandali provinces. There are also speakers in Iran.
It is sometjmes known as Kurdi or Sorani.
Dialects include Hewleri (Arbili), Xoshnaw, Pizhdar, Suleimani (Silemani), Warmawa, Rewandiz, Bingird, Mukri, Kerkuki and Garmiyani.
Northern Kurdish is mainly spoken in the Kurdish regions of Eastern Turkey. The majority of speakers are in the provinces of Hakkari, Siirt, Mardin, Agri, Diyarbakir, Bitlis, Bingol, Van, Adiyaman, and Mus. There are of course speakers all over Turkey now.
It is also know as Kurmanji, Kurmancî, Kirmancî, Kermancî, Kurdi or Kurdî.
Dialects include Boti (Botani), Marashi, Ashiti, Bayezidi, Hekari and Shemdinani.
Southern Kurdish in mainly used in Western Iran. Speakers can be found in the Kermanshah and Ilam provinces. It is also spoken in Eastern Iraq in areas bordering these provinces such Xanaqin.
Dialects include Kolyai, Kermanshahi (Kermanshani), Kalhori, Garrusi (Bijari) Sanjabi, Malekshahi (Maleksh ay), Bayray, Kordali, Feyli and Luri.