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English To Burmese Translation

There are 36 million Burmese speakers in the world, so you’re guaranteed to have an audience when you translate from English to Burmese. You can be assured that our English to Burmese translation services are guaranteed for quality. We carefully review all Burmese translations for grammar, vocabulary, style, and prose with the professional attention of fluent and native speakers.Whatever business niche or industry you need translation for, in Burmese, English or any other language, you can unlock the power of global communication with Tomedes.

Burmese To English Translation

There are 1.5 billion English speakers, making it necessary for Burmese to English translations. Also, many of our clients who seek us out for Burmese to English translation need legal or official documents translated, such as deeds, wills, titles and contracts. Other returning customers have asked us to provide translation for various documents such as financial reports, business contracts, HR paperwork, and more. A typical Burmese to English project with Tomedes will adhere to ISO standards, meaning each of our projects are gone over by multiple individual translators as well as machine translation, in order to lend perspective to the final results. Tomedes does it all.

Our Burmese Translation Services

For over 15 years Tomedes has been providing Burmese translation to English and translations in over 120 other languages and more than 950 language pairs. We are more than just translators though, because Tomedes’ roster of linguists includes more than 20,0000 talented language professionals.

For Official Use

Annually, 10,000 Burmese immigrants arrive in the United States. This provides a necessity for Burmese to English translation. The USCIS and other universities require  English translations to be certified for the purposes of applications. Our certified translation services are the perfect solution for anyone seeking to translate and certify their documents as required by public and private institutions in the United States.

For Professional Documents

US businesses have invested much in Myanmar over the past few years, spanning different professional fields. These operations require the translation of documents that are legal, financial, or medical in nature. This means that we customize our document translation services for each sector or industry niche of your unique project. We pair our talented translation professionals with each project based not only on native fluency but also prior work experience. Now is a better time than ever to tap into the power of languages for crossing borders and branching out.

More About The Burmese Language

Burmese is a Sino-Tibetan language and is the official language of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. It is spoken as a first language by 30 million people, and a second language by 10 million. Like many Sino-Tibetan languages, Burmese is tonal and largely mono-syllabic, which can make the language difficult for native English speakers to learn.

Trivia About The Burmese Writing System

The Burmese written script has 33 letters with 12 vowels. It is written left to right and tone markings as well as vowel modifications are written as diacritic marks above, below, left and right of a consonant. While this dynamic language when spoken might seem in ways similar to Thai or Chinese, the written Burmese alphabet is based on the Brahmi script of the Indian subcontinent, similar to written Thai, Lao, and Khmer.

Something Unique About The Language

Burmese has certain levels of politeness and honorifics, meaning sentences are structured and spoken differently in order to convey deference to the listener. Different pronouns may relay varying levels of respect. If one is speaking to officials, teachers, or elders, third-person pronouns are more common, while first and second-person pronouns often indicate informality. As a Theravada Buddhist country, Burmese also takes a lot of loanwords from the ancient Pali language, which many religious inscriptions and documents were written in.

Commonly Translated Burmese Phrases

Whether you are a journalist or entrepreneur seeking to reach out to Burmese audiences, or if you need a Burmese translator for certified English documents, these common phrases can help:

 

Hello.

မဂၤလာပါ။ (Min ga la ba.)

 

Hello. (informal)

(Nei kaung la?)

 

How are you?

ေနေကာင္းလာ။ (Nei kaon la?)

 

Fine, thank you.

ေနေကာင္းပါတယ္။ (Ne kaon ba de)

 

What is your name?

? (Kamya ye na mee ba le?)

 

My name is ______ .

______ . (Kya nau na mee _____ ba.)

 

Nice to meet you.

. (Twe ya da wanta ba de)

 

Please.

. (Kyeizu pyu yue )

 

Thank you.

ေက်းဇူးတန္ပါတယ္။ (Kyeizu tin ba de.)

 

You're welcome.

ရပါတယ်။ (Ya ba de.)

 

Yes.

ဟုတ္တယ္။ (Ho de.)

 

No.

. မဟုတ္ဘူ။(Ma ho bu.)

 

 

Notice those diacritic vowel modifying marks placed above and below some consonants? Vowels are often written before and after consonants as well, making Burmese a challenging but rewarding language to learn, whether you are a tourist visiting Myanmar for the first time or a culinary enthusiast trying new dishes at a Burmese restaurant.

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Whether you are in search of Burmese to English translation services or a Burmese translator for English documents, Tomedes always guarantees our work. Our administrative staff is on-call regardless of what time zone you are in or what continent you are on, so don’t hesitate to reach out for a complimentary initial consultation. With locations all around the world, Tomedes is available for you 24/7. Please contact us via the form on our website or by email at support@tomedes.com for any of your Burmese translation service needs. If you would like to reach Tomedes by phone, do not hesitate to call our US offices at +1 985 239 0142 or our UK offices at +44 1615 096140.  We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your Burmese translation.

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