When you need your documents translated quickly and efficiently, our Tibetan NAATI translators can deliver just what you want quickly and efficiently. Our fully certified translators can translate any sort of official document from Tibetan into English, or vice versa.
Benefits of our Tibetan NAATI Translators
Versatility: We deal with document translations of any type, whatever their purpose.
Economical service: Our translators pride themselves on the accuracy of their translations, but also aim to provide a very affordable service.
Fast turnaround time: If you need a next-day or even a same-day service, we can provide that, too.
Translating whatever documents you have has never been simpler. There’s no need to call in at an office. You can get everything done entirely online by uploading your documents onto our website.
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Five facts about the Tibetan language
Tibetan is one of several languages in the Tibeto-Burman group of languages, and is part of a wider family of languages known as the Sino-Tibetan family.
Around five million people speak Tibetan, mostly in the Tibetan autonomous region of China, as well as neighbouring parts of Bhutan, Sikkim and Kashmir.
Tibetan, like other languages in the same family, is a tonal language with six different types of tones that influence word meaning.
Word order in Tibetan is very important because of the lack of inflection, and because the language tends to be monosyllabic.
Tibetan script is written from left to right, and is derived from the Gupta script of Northern India.
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