Professional translations into Singapore Malay by the translation agency Fasttranslator
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Singapore - the city of many languages
Singapore is known as a city of a thousand faces. This number can’t be beat when it comes to languages, but nevertheless, Singapore has four official languages: Malay, Chinese, Tamil, and English. Public life in Singapore is determined by the English language, in that it serves as the language of transport, trade and economics. However, the Malay language still maintains its legitimacy as well It is mostly used in offices and by the authorities even though public officials are more than capable of speaking English as well. Now if you want to live and work in Singapore, it is still recommended that you speak Malay. Our native speaking translators were raised with this language and are therefore capable of translating your texts accurately and with regard to specific cultural and linguistic characteristics.
One language - many dialects and simple grammar
The Malay language is used and understood by some 200 million people around the world. This makes it one of the most spoken languages in the world. Malay encompasses hundreds of regional dialects and variations. Anyone who plans to emigrate to Singapore is encouraged to take a language course in the city. If you need quick help with a text that needs to be translated into or from Malay, we would be happy to assist you. Bahasa Malaysia, or simply Malay, is considered a relatively easy-to-learn language. Since Malay follows similar rules to those in German, the language is especially accessible for Germans. It is mostly characterized by its lack of conjunctions, declinations, and grammatical gender. Trust in our translation agency’s expertise for all matters regarding the Malay language and send us the text you would like translated by email or with the request form located on the right hand side. We will gladly advise you by phone as well. We look forward to hearing from you!
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