Veritas is a national award winning provider of professional Amharic translation and interpreting services, carried out by fully qualified and professional Amharic translators and interpreters across a vast range of sectors.
Our Amharic translators work in such fields as: business, multimedia, financial, legal, sports, public sector, technical, and many more.
Sourcing an Amharic translation
Finding a professional translation company to handle your Amharic translation project can be tricky. That is why we suggest that you take all the time you need in making your decision.
At Veritas, we believe that trust is key. You need to be able to trust the professional translation company with your job, whilst the company itself must put its trust in its Albanian translators to produce a superb quality translation for you.
It is vital that you are 100% confident in your choice before you go ahead with any Amharic translation work, ensuring that the company can give you more than enough reassurance through its various mediums and customer service that your Amharic translation will be assigned to an expert, native speaking translator who will produce an excellent finished product.
Veritas can provide an Amharic translation of any manner of text either into or from Albanian and involving a range of different language pairs. We have no issue with scale or urgency either. No matter how large or small your Amharic translation project may be, or how quickly you require it, we have the perfect Amharic translators to handle any job.
Amharic translation – our guarantees
- We will match any equivalent, like-for-like Amharic quote
- We only use expert Amharic translators with at least five years’ experience
- Our Amharic translators only translate into their native language and they live in the country of that language
- Our Amharic translation services are fast, efficient and reliable
Amharic translation – a language overview
A Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia, in the Horn of Africa, Amharic is the second most-spoken Semitic language in the world – after Arabic.
It is the official language of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, and is spoken nationwide.
Amharic uses the Ge’ez script (an abugida), which is the classical language of Ethiopia which is still used as a liturgical language by Ethiopian Christians and the Beta Israel Jewish community of Ethiopia.
Each symbol represents a syllable consisting of a consonant plus a vowel. The basic signs are modified in a number of different ways to indicate the various vowels.