Quality guarantee by Kurdish Translators
Studyhood provides Kurdish translation services of high quality. Our translators are native Kurdish speakers with degrees in Translation Studies; that is when you would like your documents to be translated into the Kurdish language. When your original text is written in Kurdish, then we will assign your work to our translators who are fluent in both the Kurdish and their native language.
Only 25% of the translators who apply to work with us pass our quality checks. That's how we guarantee that our standards are kept extremely high. All of our translators are categorized first by language direction (i.e., Kurdish to English translation vs. English to Kurdish translation). Subsequently, we categorize our translators by both field (law, IT, business, medicine, economics, etc.) and specialization (european law, programming in C, business networks, urology, international finance, etc.). If you are not sure about the category of your document, then ask us, and we will respond to you within 24 hours about our Greek translation service and resources.
Our professional translators can translate for the combinations of Kurdish to English, English to Kurdish, and more.
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- Document translation from Kurdish into many languages, and from many languages into Kurdish
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About Kurdistan (from Wikipedia)
Kurdistan (literally meaning "the land of Kurds"; Ancient: Corduene, old: Koordistan, Curdistan, Kurdia, also Kurdish: Kurdewarî) is the name of a geographic and cultural region in the Middle East, inhabited predominantly by the Kurds.
As a traditional ethnographic region, Kurdistan is generally held to include the contiguous regions in northern and northeastern Mesopotamia with large Kurdish populations. From a political standpoint, Iraqi Kurdistan is the only region which has gained official recognition internationally as a federal entity.
About the Kurdish Language (from Wikipedia)
The Kurdish language is a language spoken in the region called Kurdistan, including Kurdish populations in parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. Kurdish is an official language in Iraq while it is banned in Syria where it is forbidden to publish material in Kurdish. Before August 2002, the Turkish government placed severe restrictions on the use of Kurdish, prohibiting the language in education and broadcast media. The Kurdish alphabet is still not recognized in Turkey, and use of the Kurdish letters X, W, Q which do not exist in the Turkish alphabet has led to judicial persecution in 2000 and 2003. In Iran, though it is used in the local media and newspapers, it is not allowed to be taught in schools. As a result many Iranian Kurds have left for Iraq where they can study in their native language.
The Kurdish language belongs to the western sub-group of the Iranian languages which belong to the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family. The most closely related languages to Kurdish are Balochi, Gileki and Talysh, all of which belong to the north-western branch of Iranian languages. Persian which belongs to the south-western branch, is also considered a related language, however the differences between Kurdish and Persian are far stronger than the similarities