The English to Pashtu Translation Service
Do you need a professional Pashtu to English or English to Pashtu translation? Look no further – we are the Pashtu translation experts.
Our team of Pashtu translators can take care of all your Pashtu translation needs, offering an all-round one-stop translation solution.
Our solid experience and personal approach guarantees that you receive your professional Pashtu translation how you want it and when you want it.
Our Pashtu translators are the best in the business and guarantee satisfaction.
Pashtu translations for any need
We deal with English to Pashtu and Pashtu to English translation. All our translators are qualified and accomplished experts that have been producing the highest quality work for years.
Company policy states that translators can only work into their the native language. Therefore, for an English to Pashtu translation we will only ever use a native speaker. We do this to ensure standards and quality.
Our translation service is open for both private individuals and businesses.
The Pashtu translation team can deal with letters, brochures, handbooks, articles, manuals, websites, guides, contracts, novels and much more. We also specialise in the translation of legal, engineering, marketing, business, IT and academic documents.
Simply stated, for all your Pashtu translation needs, Kwintessential are the company you can count on. We think you will agree.
Pashtu is sometimes written as Pashto.
There are three varieties of Pashtu:
Central Pashtu is mainly spoken in Wazirstan, Bannu, Karak and southern ethnic group territories and adjacent areas. It is also know as Mahsudi.
Dialects include Waciri (Waziri) and Bannuchi (Bannochi, Bannu).
Northern Pashtu is spoken by about 9,500,000 in Pakistan. It is most commonly found in the region along the Afghanistan border and Peshawar. It is known as Pakhto, Pashtu, Pushto or Yusufzai Pashto. Dialects include Ningraharian Pashto and North-eastern Pashto.
Southern Pashtu is found in Balochistan and the Quetta area. It is also spoken in Afghanistan, Iran and Tajikistan. Other names include Pashtu, Pushto, Pushtu and Quetta-Kandahar Pashto[qodef_button size=”” type=”” hover_animation=”” target=”_self” icon_pack=”” font_weight=”” text=”Contact Us” link=”https://www.kwintessential.co.uk/contact-us/”]