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A language with a dynamic, nomadic history
The Kazakh language is written in a version of an alphabet which is similar to the Cyrillic alphabet. However, there are also Kazakhs who use the Latin or even the Arabic alphabet to communicate in writing. In the case you need Kazakh texts translated quickly and professionally, then contact our competent project managers. Our project managers will analyze your text in terms of length, word repetitions and the subject matter of the text, and then pick out the perfect translator for your project. In advance, you will receive a quotation from us. You are welcome to send us the text to be translated via email or by using the form on the right side.
Kazakh is spoken in three dialects
The Kazakh language consists of three different dialect groups that correspond to the three respective tribal associations of the Kazakh people. Northeast-Kazakh is spoken in northeastern Kazakh, in the area of so-called “Middle Jüz” in central and in the north-eastern part of Kazakhstan. Today's modern Kazakh literary language developed from north-eastern Kazakhstan. West Kazakhs speak a West-Kazakhstan dialect. West Kazakh is spoken speaks in the region of the little or Younger Jüz which lies in the west of Kazakhstan and in parts of neighboring Turkmenistan. Finally, there is a South Kazakhstani dialect in the Kazakh language. The people in the area of the larger or older Jüz in southern Kazakhstan speak this dialect in parts of nearby Uzbekistan as well as in the Uighur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang. Since before the Second World War, many Kazakh intellectuals received their higher education in Azerbaijan and therefore the vocabulary of Kazakh in the pre-war period was full of numerous expressions and phrases from Azerbaijani. No matter which Kazakh dialect your documents are in - we can help you with accurate and professional translations, quickly and professionally! Simply contact us by telephone or by email, we look forward to connecting with you!
The written language
To communicate in writing, the ancestors of the Kazakhs in the early Middle Ages used the old Tatar alphabet. Later, Kazakhs wrote in Chagatai. The characters of the two languages correspond to the Arabic alphabet. Immediately before the war, the modern Kazakh literary language was finally formed. Since Kazakhstan was to host the Expo, it was decided to introduce Latin as the official foundation of the Kazakh language. Our mother-tongue translators translate your texts into and from the Kazakh language - very quickly and professionally. See our skills in action and contact us.
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