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Burmese Translation Service Brisbane
Brisbane Burmese Translator
Brisbane has a substantial requirement for Burmese translation, Burmese translator and Burmese interpreters. Brisbane is a rapidly expanding city with many new people from different cultures moving in every day. Many of these people have an Burmese background. Brisbane also is becoming more important in international trade. Therefore many of you have a need for a Brisbane Burmese translator, Brisbane Burmese translation or Brisbane Burmese interpreter services.
If you need a Brisbane Burmese translator or Brisbane Burmese interpreter, then Translationz can assist with your needs.
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Brisbane is becoming a multicultural city that has a growing need for professional translations and interpreters. Brisbane has a need for communication across languages and that is where we can help. Whether you need Burmese drivers license translation, Burmese marriage certificate translation, Burmese business document translation or Burmese legal document translation, Burmese medical document translation or a Burmese website translation, we can help.
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We offer experienced Burmese interpreters. The interpreter will come to your site or work over the phone or web. In addition to being articulate and perceptive, our interpreters are focused on providing exceptional service as a Burmese Interpreter.
Burmese Translation Services Overview
Burmese Translationz provides translator and interpreter services to businesses and individuals in Australia and around the world. Our translators are professional, fast and accurate in all aspects of Burmese language translation.
Our Burmese translators are experienced at a wide variety of the Burmese document translations. We spend the time to understand your needs and then recommend the right solution. We offer experienced, highly skilled, certified and professional translators. Translationz Burmese translators have industry experience in translating legal documents, medical records, websites, marketing and web pages, technical and engineering documents, birth, marriage and death certificates and more.
Whether your Burmese translation requirement is large or small, Translationz will deliver professional Burmese translations. We also provide rapid translation services if needed.
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Burmese, the native language of Bamar and its sub-ethnic groups such as the Mon, is Burma’s official language.
Approximately 42 million people speak Burmese. It is the first language of 32 million people and the second language of 10 million people, including Burmese minorities and people from neighbouring countries. The “Myanmar language” is the name officially recognized by the Burmese Constitution, though most English people still refer to it as the “Burmese language.”
Burmese belongs to the Tibeto-Burman language group, which is a subgroup of the Sino-Tibetan branch of languages. Its script is derived from Old Mon script, which is again derived from Brāhmī script. The language is mostly monosyllabic with a subject-object-verb word order. It is also a tonal (pitch-register based on the variation of the tone) and syllable-timed language, giving equal prominence to each and every syllable.
Unlike English word order, which is subject-verb-object, Burmese word order is subject-object-verb. Subjects and objects are omitted when implied in context. As a rule, all objects must be attached to a -go particle. Burmese has an array of honorifics. The Burmese often use family names such as “brother”, “sister”, and “auntie” in place of “you” and “I”. Its grammar also contains many prefixes and suffixes which indicate tense and mood.
Burmese is a tonal language consisting of four tones: low, high, creaky, and checked. All dialects of Burmese in Myanmar adhere to this rule, although vocabulary usage varies from region to region.
Burmese is written using the Burmese script, which is based on an ancient Indian script called Pali. Its alphabet contains 34 letters, which look like circles or semi-circles. The Burmese script also contains many tone marks and sound-modifying marks. Burmese uses an English-based Romanisation system.
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