Translating Malaysian Languages

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Malaysia’s economy is one of the fastest growing in Asia. According to reports, it is growing at a rate of 4.7% annually. This economic boom has prompted many businesses to move or build a branch in Malaysia. Language is a paramount role player for success of any business. Since not all people involved in the business transactions understand the various languages used, translation from one language to the other are very important. Translation services are offered for the three main languages of Malaysia. The translation services of the three main languages; Malay translations, Mandarin translations and Tamil translations can be accessed by logging into this website, chamberstranslations.com.

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Malaysia has the third largest economy in Asia and continues to grow at a rate of 4.7% each year. This constant growth has spurred many businesses to relocate at least a portion of their production to Malaysia. Given the many languages spoken in Asia, many businesses have had to seek the services of translations companies.Chambers Translations is one of the companies which have proven to be very helpful to client. They are very accurate in their translations and they have hospitable staff. You can contact them by logging to chamberstranslations.com.

The three main languages of Malaysia are Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. These languages may be spoken and understood by most people in Asia, but the differences within them, makes translating them a daunting task. When the translation is critical to business, one would be wise to consider a respected and experienced translation service.

Malay is called BahasaMelayu (Malay language) in Singapore and Brunei. Malay was used widely in the 15th century and considered the trade language. It is considered a classical language and still uses pronunciations and language rules that are centuries old. It is not a tonal language and many words are remarkably similar in sound. It does not use grammatical words to denote gender. The same word is used for all pronouns. There is no subject/verb agreement or words to describe time, such as past, present, and future tense. Malay translations would need to follow these intricate grammatical rules of the language for an accurate translation.

The Mandarin language is known by several names including Northern Chinese, Guanhua, and Kuan-hua. It uses four tones to distinguish words or syllables that have different meanings, but have the same consonants and vowels. It is mostly a monosyllabic language with a fixed word order. Modern Standard Chinese is spoken by the majority of the population of China and Taiwan. Mandarin translations need to distinguish words or syllables within the document for precise translation.

Tamil is considered the first classical Indian language and is spoken in Malaysia, England, Canada, South Africa, Germany, United States, France, and other well established nations.Although the classical language is still used, the written Tamil has adopted European-style punctuation and consonant clusters. Other changes include more complex sentence structures. Those preparing Tamil translations need to be familiar with both the classical language and modern writing rules to translate documents correctly.

Chambers Translations, one of the most respected services, supports over 80 languages including Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. The translators are familiar with all the nuances of each language and have experience in the field they serve. Translators at Chambers Translations are experienced in the fields of law, medicine, and pharmaceutical. Chambers has a reputation for treating each project as if it were their own. There is no job too small or too large for Chambers Translations. They guarantee the translation will be accurate and meet the client’s deadline as well as their needs. Clients of Chambers Translations are so please the many return for future projects and constitute 83% of the entire clientele of Chambers. For translation services, you can contact them at sales@chamberstranslations.com or logging into their website at chamberstranslations.com.

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