Use our Armenian translation services and reach your audience
Get accurate and compelling Armenian translation in London, across the UK, and globally. Work with a dedicated project manager to ensure the Armenian localisation of your next project achieves exactly what you need it to.
Each of our Armenian translators is at the apex of their field. Every single one is a member of the Institute of Translators and Interpreters (ITI) in addition to being a highly experienced linguist.
On top of this, our linguists are also subject matter specialists. For example, if your project is in the field of finance, we select a translator with experience or qualifications in a banking or finance field.
This is the only way to continue to ensure that every Armenian translation you get from us in London is of the highest possible professional standard.
Why use Kwintessential?
- Chat with an approachable customer support specialist at any time
- Get the highest quality Armenian translations from native translators
- Count on expertise covering every project type and all subject matter domains
- Start with a free quote on competitive rates
How we deliver Armenian translation services in London
Our Armenian translation team translates exclusively into their mother tongue. This means for an English to Armenian translation, only a native Armenian speaker would be used. Similarly, if your project needs to be localised into English, it would be placed in the hands of a native English speaker.
Whatever the focus of your project, we guarantee the same accurate and precise translation, delivered promptly and at a fair price. Armed with this approach, we have been able to forge lasting relationships with clients across every industry and market sector.
Your one stop for high-quality Armenian translations
Use us to handle all kinds of Armenian translation projects in London and across the UK. We regularly prove translation, editing, proofreading and DTP for everything from mission-critical documents to website localisation.
Our broad variety of Armenian translators features qualified experts in all manner of fields, including:
We regularly work with all file formats, including Word files, PDFs, hard copies, emails and websites. Whatever your latest project entails, we have everything we need to take care of it for you.
Contact Kwintessential for professional Armenian translation services
At Kwintessential, we understand the importance of clear communication in today’s global market. That’s why we provide top-notch Armenian translation services to companies from London and the UK. Our team of expert linguists and cultural consultants ensure that every message is accurately translated and culturally appropriate for its intended audience. Working with us means that your business can confidently expand into new markets, knowing that language barriers won’t hold you back. So if you’re ready to take your business to the next level, contact us today to see how we can help.
About the Armenian language
The Armenian language (Հայերեն) is an independent branch of the Indo-European family of languages. It has its alphabet and a long history, dating back to the 5th century AD. More than 6 million people speak Armenian in Armenia, Georgia, Russia, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Ukraine and other countries. It is the official language of Armenia.
The Armenian alphabet was invented in 405 AD by Mesrop Mashtots, a priest-scholar who translated the Bible into Armenian. It consists of 38 letters – 29 consonants and nine vowels. The letters are written from left to right.
Modern Armenian has two dialects: Eastern and Western. The two are mutually intelligible, but there are minor differences in pronunciation and grammar.
Armenian is a highly inflected language, meaning words can change their form depending on their grammatical role in the sentence. It also has a complex system of honorifics (terms used to address or refer to people respectfully or politely).
Armenian is also known for its unique phonotactics (the rules governing how syllables are formed). It has more consonant clusters than most other languages, with some words containing up to five consecutive consonants.
The Armenian language has been a literary medium since the 5th century AD. Famous works include “The History of Armenia” by Movses Khorenatsi, a 5th-century historian, and “Lamentations of the Old Testament” by Grigor Narekatsi, an Armenian Christian poet. Many contemporary writers write in Armenian.
Armenian is one of the oldest languages still in use and has a rich cultural heritage. It is a source of great pride for Armenians and an essential part of their identity.