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24-7 Language Services offer professional Armenian translation services to public sector law firms, doctor’s surgeries, businesses and Government bodies both in London and throughout the UK
Our experienced and qualified translators offer a variety of translation services in Armenian , including translations of documents from Armenian to English and English to Armenian . Our translators are able to offer translations of legal, medical, business documents, websites from Armenian to English and into Armenian . We offer a certified Armenian translation service.
Professional Armenian translation services are provided by Armenian translators who have a wide breath of experience and specialism and only translate into their mother tongue. Our Armenian linguists are carefully vetted and adhere to our quality standards.
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Armenian is a language with is under the Indo-European family and it is the language of the people of Armenia and Republic of Artsakh. The Armenian language has its own writing system, which is the Armenian alphabet.
There are 11.7 million native speakers of the Armenian language, mainly in Armenia and Artsakh, but also, Cyprus, Hungary, Iraq, Kurdistan region, Poland, Romania Ukraine, California in United States, Iran, Turkey, Lebanon and Georgia.
Although Armenian is the official language of Armenia, Russia is also spoken throughout the country and this is a result of the Cold War era-Russia. English is also being increasingly spoken throughout Armenia, as a result of exposure to the internet and media. Other minority languages spoken are Yazidi, Greek and Assyrian.
There are two major groups of dialects in Armenian and subdialects of these. Western Armenian and Eastern Armenian. Some of the dialects of Western Armenian no longer exist due to the American Geoncide. In many cases, the dialects, can be further divided into subdialects. In most cases, people speaking different subdialects will be able to understand each other. Western Armenian dialect is spoken by Armenians in the USA, Syria, Lebanon and France. Eastern is the dialect in Armenia, Russian, Georgia, Iran and Nagorno-Karabakh.
With the Armenian language, a unique alphabetical writing system is used which started with 36 letters and two additions were made in the Middle Ages. Modern day Armenian has 38 letters, which are comprised of 31 consonants and 7 vowels.
The orthography changed slightly during the 1920’s and Armenian speakers of the Republic of Armenia, as well as countries who were part of the Soviet Union now use this. Diaspora Armenians, on the other hand, do not use the orthography or the alphabet. There are many long words in the language.
You will find the Armenian language under the Indo-European languages. Armenian is closely related to Greek and Indo-Iranian and has connections to Balto-Slavic languages.
It is an old language, one of the oldest in the world and it was not the original language of the ancestors of the Armenians. The original language was one which seemed to be indigenous, and did not really have any classification. Later, in the 6th/7th century BC, both Armenian and Uratu would be found spoken alongside each other, but Armenian slowly became the main spoken language. The language took “loan words” from Persian, Arabic, Russian and Turkish.
The oldest text in the Armenian language dates back to the 5th century, with the Bible translation. The language in the Bible became the standard Armenian, which was used in teachings and other formal communications. Literary inspiration came from the West after this period and a range of translations were made of other religious work.
In Armenian phonology, the stress is usually on the last syllable. In some cases, where the last syllable has the definite article, the stress is on the second last. In Modern Armenian, there are six monophthongs.
With Armenian grammar, the verb has a root and an infinitive suffix. Subject-verb agreement is used in Armenian, which is similar to other languages within the same family.