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Oromo to English translation The World Translation Center will translate documents and videos from Oromo to English. At affordable rates, we can also translate Oromo into and out of over 150 other languages, including all of Europe’s major languages, Asia’s major languages, South America’s major languages, the Middle East’s major languages, and a number of African languages.
We also make transcription, video recording and subtitling facilities. If you need a voiceover for an existing film, an advertisement narrated, or a telephone system recorded, our native Oromo speakers may help.
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Are you in need of Afan translation services? Looking for professional English to Afan translators or Afan to English translators? You’ve come to the right place! Get in contact with Kl Translation today! We provide world-class translation services from either our New York or London offices, and our results speak for themselves! Our skilled Afan linguists are ready to take your call! Afan is one of the most frequently requested translation services we receive, and our skilled Afan linguists are ready to take your call!
The Afan language (also known as Oromo, Oromiffa, Afan Boran, and Afan Orma) is an Afro-asiatic language that is the most commonly spoken of the Cushitic family of languages. Around 25 million Afan and neighboring people speak different types of Afan as their first language in Ethiopia, with 34 million speakers, 500,000 in Kenya, and 420,000 in Somalia.
Regardless of the market, KL Translations Ltd offers a full range of Afan translation services. Our services are provided by native Afan speakers who are highly trained and experienced Afan translators who are committed to providing reliable translations and excellent customer service. If you need an Afan translation, please review the services we provide (described below) and contact us for a free quote on your project! We’re looking forward to speaking with you.

Oromo translation app

Professional translation services are available for English to Oromo and Oromo to English language pairs through Translation Services USA. We can also translate Oromo into and out of every other language in the world. We have the ability to translate into over 100 languages. Translation Services USA is the only company on the market that can completely translate Oromo into any language on the planet!
Contact us first for a free quote if you need this translation for company, education, a tattoo, or some other official, technical, or permanent purpose. We will work with any budget to provide you with a guaranteed translation as soon as possible!
Translation Services USA is always available to help you with your Oromo translation needs, no matter how big or small they are. Our Oromo translation team includes a number of skilled document translators who specialize in a wide range of documents, including birth and death certificates, marriage certificates and divorce decrees, diplomas and transcripts, and any other Oromo document you may need.

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Oromo is an Afro-Asian language that is the most commonly spoken of the Cushitic family. It is also known as Afaan Oromoo, Oromiffa, Afan Boran, Afan Arsi, and in other languages by variant spellings of these names (Oromic, Afan Oromo, etc.). More than 25 million Oromo and neighboring populations in Ethiopia and Kenya speak it as their first language.
Oromo has a collection of ejective consonants, which are voiceless stops or affricates that are followed by glottalization and an explosive blast of air, much like most other Ethiopian languages, whether Semitic, Cushitic, or Omotic. Another uncommon glottalized phone in Oromo is the implosive retroflex stop, or “dh” in Oromo orthography, which is a sound similar to an English “d” made with the tongue curled back slightly and the air pulled in so that a glottal stop is heard before the next vowel starts.
We are a reputable translation company with years of experience and a solid reputation! Any Oromo translation must be updated and proofread by a second competent Oromo translator, according to ISO 17100. This ISO certification certifies that our translation company has met a variety of process and quality assurance mechanisms that help our clients have confidence in our Oromo translations.