Tigrinya (also known as Tigray or Tigrigna) belongs to the Afro-Asiatic Semitic family of languages. It’s most commonly spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea, but there are growing communities of Tigrinya speakers all over the world, including Sudan, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Yemen, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Australia. There are close to seven million Tigrinya speakers in the world, and that number is growing as the language gains recognition internationally. Its growing importance in Africa, as well as the international community, is just one of the reasons why ST Communications has included Tigrinya in its translation services.
ST Communications offers professional, confidential Tigrinya translation services, which includes English-Tigrinya, Tigrinya-English and any other African language on our books. You can trust our team of in-country native speakers to accurately translate any business or personal documents, while our interpreters provide consecutive or simultaneous interpreting at any business or private functions.
One of the things that set ST Communications apart from other translating companies is the quality of its team of translators and interpreters. Not only are all of our translators experts in their languages, but they are also experienced in various specialised fields of business and industry. Their familiarity with jargon and technical operations in these industries allows them to provide unparalleled levels of accuracy, no matter how complicated the content.
The industries in which we have experience include petroleum, engineering, mining, marketing, IT, finance and pharmaceuticals. So, you can rely on us to safely communicate every last active moiety, affiliate transactions covenant, collateral load and device driver, regardless of which way round your Tigrinya translation goes.
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While there are many different Tigrinya dialects, there is no standard dialect. This makes it difficult to determine exactly how many people actually speak a version of the language.
Tigrinya is written in Ethiopic or Ge’ez script, which is a syllable alphabet that is also used for other languages in Ethiopia and Eritrea.
After Ethiopia and Eritrea, Italy is the country with the most Tigrinya speakers.
According to Wikipedia, Australia public radio is proud to broadcast in Tigrinya via its Special Broadcasting Service.