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24-7 Language Services offer professional Tigrinya 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 Tigrinya , including translations of documents from Tigrinya to English and English to Tigrinya . Our translators are able to offer translations of legal, medical, business documents, websites from Tigrinya to English and into Tigrinya. We offer a certified Tigrinya translation service.
Professional Tigrinya translation services are provided by Tigrinya translators who have a wide breath of experience and specialism and only translate into their mother tongue. Our Tigrinya linguists are carefully vetted and adhere to our quality standards.
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Tigrinya is a language which is spoken by people from Eritrea and Ethiopia. It is a Semitic language and under the Afro-Asiatic language family, alongside Semitic, South Semitic, Ethiopic, Ge’ez and North Ethiopic. It is spoken by the people from the Tigray region and some Beta Israel. There are 6.9 million native speakers of Tigrinya.
it is the main language spoken in Eritrea and fourth most common in Ethiopia. It can also be found in large immigrant communities, including the United Kingdom, United States, Sudan, Italy, Germany and Sweden. It is also present on a radio station in Australia.
there is no standard dialect in Tigrinya, but they can generally be divided into Asmara which is spoken in Eritrea and Tigray, which is spoken in Ethiopia. The dialects within Tigrinya are different in terms of grammar and phonetics.
The Ge’ez script is used for written Tigrinya. In this script, the symbols represent consonant and vowel syllables.
In addition to Arabic, Tigrinya was an official language for Eritrea during its federation with Ethiopia. It was replaced by Southern Ethiopic language in 1958. When Eritrea became independent in 1991, the language retained working language status.
The phonemes in Tigrinya has typical to Ethiopian Semitic languages, with a set of ejective consonants and seven-vowel system. Two pharyngeal consonants and velar or uvular ejective fricative help to decipher Tigrinya from other similar languages, such as Amharic. Germination affects the meaning of words in Tigrinya and all consonants, except pharyngeal and glottal can be geminated.
There are two grammatical genders in Tigrinya; masculine and feminine. Nouns are either one or the other and verbs agree with the subjects in the gender. Singular and plural numbers are present within Tigrinya grammar and genitive relationships can be expressed in two ways.
The literature of Tigrinya dates back to the 13th century and the earliest example if a text which contains local laws. The first literary works were published in 1895 and the first novel was written in 1927. There are currently around 12,000 speakers of Tigrinya throughout the United Kingdom.