Dari Language translation service (Persian Dialect)
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We translate over 80 language combinations including Dari to English and English to Dari. English to Dari translations are among our most commonly requested language services. Our Dari translation service is engaged by Government agencies, businesses and individuals across Australia and worldwide.
We have at your disposal a team of highly experienced Dari translators. We offer a comprehensive Dari translation service covering a variety of specialist fields including scientific, technical, legal, migration, commercial/promotional, etc.
Our Dari translators are located both in Australia and overseas. We assign projects to Dari translators according to key factors such as translator accreditation, area of expertise and the translator's country of residence, which is particularly important for commercial/promotional translations. We ensure that an Dari translation will read as well as, or even better than, the source document by carefully assigning the most appropriate Dari translator for the project; fluency in the latest cultural and business terminology for your target audience is essential. All of our Dari translators are certified in their native language and hold current membership of professional associations such as NAATI. Furthermore, all of our Dari translations undergo proofreading to ensure accuracy.
Dari NAATI translations. We offer NAATI certified translations for the Dari language. These translations are applicable for Migration, Visa applications and for submission of documentation to court. We offer Dari translation services for the Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne areas.
In Afghanistan, Dari refers to a modern dialect form of Persian that is the standard language used in administration, government, radio, television, and print media in Afghanistan, as well as in parts of Iran and Tajikistan (where the Cyrillic script is used in place of Perso-Arabic). Because of preponderance of Dari native speakers, who normally refer to the language as Farsi, it is also known as Afghan Persian in some Western sources
Dari is estimated to be spoken by between 7 and 8 million people worldwide.
The latest AustralianCensus in 2011 recorded 28 597 Afghanistan-born people in Australia, an increase of 70.7 per cent from the 2006 Census. The main languages spoken at home by Afghanistan-born people in Australia were Dari (14 375), Hazaragi (5914) and Persian (excluding Dari 3471).
Dari to English and English to Dari typesetting considerations
When translating from one language to another, the amount of text will either increase or decrease. Dari to English translation often results in a 15% increase in text. English to Dari translation will decrease the amount of text by approximately 10-15%. This is of course a general rule, but should be factored in when preparing copy that is to be typeset following translation. There are no other significant typesetting considerations to be made when preparing copy for translation from Dari to English or English to Dari.
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