Expert English to Mandinka Translations
If you are looking for a reliable and affordable Mandinka translation agency, you have come to the right place. We are a leading African languages translation company offering you professionalism, quality and complete customer satisfaction.
Whether you are a Mandinka company hoping to break into the English speaking market or vice-versa, we are here to help. Our carefully selected Mandinka translators offer well written, clear translations for your all your communication needs.
Why use our Mandinka Translation Services?
Kwintessential offers professional Mandinka translation by human translators who work at very competitive rates.
Our Mandinka translators are skilled and educated in various fields, from finance to law and technology, therefore our team is able to handle any kind of translation project into or from Mandinka. Since our standards are very high, only the carefully proofread translations reach our clients.
Certified Mandinka Translations
For those needing an official translation, we can also provide certified translations of personal documents such as marriage certificates, birth certificates, academic qualifications and the like.
Mandinka is a language spoken by over 1 million people, mainly in West Africa. It is part of the Mande group of languages and is related to other languages such as Maninkakan, Dyula, Bambara, Soninke and Bozo. Mandinka is an official language of Guinea-Bissau, Gambia and Senegal. It is also spoken in other parts of Africa, including Mali, Ivory Coast, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Mandinka is a tonal language that uses prefixes and suffixes to convey meaning. It has three tones; low, mid and high, each representing a different nuance. The language consists of nine vowel sounds, with some regional dialects having more or less. Mandinka has many consonants, including voiced and voiceless sounds, nasals and glottalised stops.
Mandinka is written in Latin script and uses Arabic-based terms and its own words to describe certain concepts. There are several dialects of Mandinka, some of which are mutually intelligible while others are not. The most widely spoken dialect is Kankan, which has many speakers in Guinea-Bissau and Gambia.
Mandinka has played an essential role in the culture of West Africa for centuries, with its use in art forms such as music, dance and storytelling that are an integral part of the region’s culture. It is also used in education and is becoming increasingly popular in the media. Several publications, radio stations and television programs use the Mandinka language, helping preserve its cultural importance. Overall, Mandinka remains an integral part of West African culture and identity.