Do you need someone to translate your documents into English, or any other language, from Quechua? Our Quechua NAATI translators are able to do just that, and at a very competitive price. Our translators can quickly and efficiently translate any sort of official document from Quecha into English, or vice versa.
Benefits of our Quechua NAATI Translators
It’s accurate: It’s important to translate official documents such as passport and visa applications thoroughly. That’s why our translators pride themselves on their reliable and accurate service.
It’s economical: Our translators provide a high-quality translation service, while aiming to keep it affordable.
It’s fast: Our translators can even provide a same-day service if you need something done in a hurry.
One aspect of our translation service is that it can be accessed completely online. All you need to do is to upload your Quechua documents onto the website, and follow the instructions, specifying any special requirements.
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Five facts about the Quechua language
Quechua has variously been known as Qheshwa, Keswa, Runa-simi, Ingano and Napenio.
It is a language spoken as a first language by millions of people in the Andean regions of Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, with smaller numbers of speakers in Argentina and Colombia.
While Quechua is thought of primarily as an oral language, in fact it had a written form before the Spanish conquest of South America in the 14th Century.
Quechua has many different dialects, and is currently going through a period of standardisation.
The language has only three vowels: a, i and u.
The Migration Translators are a leading provider of migration-related services by NAATI translators. Our team comprises not only Quechua NAATI Translators, but professionals in most other world languages as well.