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Fact  about Amharic

Ethiotrans is one of the leading Amharic and other Ethiopian and African languages translation and localization company. If you are looking for highly qualified and experienced document translators or skilled software localization engineer call us at 619 255 5530.

Also we offer the following unique services:

Interpretation: Is you firm or organization is looking for a skilled Amharic interpreter? Well, you are at the right place. We have Amharic interpreters for medical,  deposition, court or any on-site or on the phone assignments. Do not let luck of communication between you and your client hinder your projects.

Transcription: If you have an audio or video transcription project let us know. We have everything you need. We can transcribe your media project and will translate the document to the language of your choice. If you are using the transcribed and the translation project for subtitling purpose,  we will also create a timeline (timestamp) that will insure the target and source language will much.

Multilingual Desk Top Published: One of the top secrete for Amharic Desk Top Publishing is having a right translation and a right set of fonts. Since most Amharic word-processing software and fonts do not have a standard and they are not compatible each other, getting a right font is crucial. Most Amharic fonts are working fine  in Microsoft Word, but they will change their behaviors when they are imported to some professional graphics software like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop or  Quark Express. If you have an Amharic document which is translated by another translator (in MS Word) and you want to give this document for your in-house DTP expert, there will have a high chance of  creating errors. This is because some Amharic fonts will break when they are imported to another graphics software. If you deliver the final DTP with out a native Amharic speaker proofreading, your are taking a high chance. Our advice is don't take chance, let us take your project and we will make sure you have an understandable document.

UNICODE WEB SITE DESIGN: If you are planning to localize a web site we think we have the tool. Our Amharic Unicode website localization team is ready to help. We have one of the first Amharic Localization team. We use Unicode Amharic fonts and Unicode Amharic  converter. If you have an none-Unicode Amharic translated document we can convert this document to UNICODE. By converting you web site to UNICODE Amharic you will eliminate the time to convert the document to PDF or graphics format.  Also the downside having a graphics document in your site is, it takes too much time to download.

 

Amharic

Origins
The Ethiopic script developed from the script of Ethiopia's classical language, Ge'ez, which was derived from the Sabaean/Minean script. The script used to write Ge'ez has been in use since at least the 4th century AD. At first the script represented only consonants. Vowel indication was added in around 350 AD when Christianity arrived in Ethiopia. Whether there is any connection between these two events is not known.

Notable Features

  • Written horizontally from left to right.

  • Each symbol represents a syllable consisting of a consonant plus a vowel. The basic signs are modified in a number of different ways to indicate the various vowels.

  • In inscriptions, words were separated with a vertical line. Elsewhere, two dots similar to a colon are used to separate words, though in languages such as Amharic blank spaces are generally used instead.

  • A full stop or period is four dots (::) and a comma is two dots with horizontal lines over and between them.

Used to write:
Amharic, the national language of Ethiopia which has about 14 million speakers.

Oromo language spoken by around 7.5 million people in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia.

Tigrinya, a Semitic language with perhaps 3.5 million speakers in Eritrea and Ethiopia.

The sounds of Amharic

Consonants

Amharic sounds - consonants

Vowels

Amharic vowel sounds

 

Ethiopic syllabary`

Ge'ez numerals

Ethiopic numerals

 

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