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Outsourcing? Thai Language Translation is a Must
The economy of Thailand is one of the fastest growing, second only to China. It's GDP has been steadily climbing at 7-8% per year. For this reason, more and more English speaking business are investing on Thai soil, and in need of professional Thai translations. Whether it is for outsourced labor, or to set up a new branch of business, there is no doubt that Thailand is quickly becoming a place of major foreign investment. If your business or company outsources to Thailand, or for any other source of Thai communication, English to Thai translation is an absolute necessity. To obtain an immediate free quote, simply choose your language on the menu to the left, fill in your text or upload your files. You'll be provided with a detailed estimate in less than 10 seconds.
A Few Facts About English to Thai Translation
Thai is simpler than English is some ways, and more complex in others. There is also the fact that a decent percentage of Thai people speak a language other than Thai. Here are a few other things to keep in mind about an English to Thai translation:
- Thai is also sometimes called Siamese, and there are four major dialects of the Thai language: Official or Standard Thai, also called Central or Bangkok Thai, Northern Thai (Yuran) Northeastern Thai (Isan, which is close to the Lao language) and Southern Thai.
- There is very little about Thai grammar that pertains to fixed rules. There are no articles, no verb conjugations, no noun declensions, no object pronouns and most difficult of all, there is no past tense in Thai language.
- To indicate something in the past, modify a verb-to-noun, or show levels of respect, “particles” are added on to the sentence. Learning how to use these particles with such a simple grammar system can actually be more difficult, and seem very abstract to English speakers who are used to set rules of grammar and language.
- Tonality is a huge part of experienced, professional Thai translation. Each word has a specific tone or pitch characteristic that must be uttered with the word in order to be understood. The five tones are high, mid, low, rising and falling.
- It's very much a part of Thai culture and language to show varying levels of respect to those addressed, by using their respective particles. Expressing social rank and authority figures require different sentence particles than say, a child addressing his/her parents.
Remove the Language Barrier: Top Professional Thai Translation
As you can see, there are many things about the Thai language that are quite alien to English. English to Thai translation service cannot be done properly without a human translators. It requires a complete mastery of the language, as well as knowledge of culture and relevant localizations.
Within Tomedes' worldwide network are dozens of Thai language translators, most of whom have industry specific experience. Whether you need technical Thai translation for product packaging literature, technology manuals, outsourcing instructions, or anything else, we will only provide exceptional results. Above all, our service ensures error-free results, fast turnaround, and all for the absolute lowest cost to you. To get started right away, get your free quote in less than 10 seconds from the top menu.