Hire The Right English To Farsi Translator For Your Project

Mehrd Esmal

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Yerevan, Armenia

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MEHRDAD RAISSI

San Diego, California

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the original text was in English and they wanted to have it casual.

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Khatereh Afshan

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Chandler, Arizona

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Many of my translations have been for medical/scientific research reports. However, I included an English story that I translated to Persian.

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All About English to Farsi Translation

Are you looking for an experienced English to Persian translator to convert your English text into Persian? Persian has official language status in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Dagestan, and is also considered a minority language in Uzbekistan and Bahrain. There's no better way to ensure that your words resonate with the approximately 110 million Persian speakers around the world than by hiring an experienced English to Persian translator to work on your project.

Persian, which is also known as Farsi, has been labeled as one of the world's most beautiful sounding languages. Its literary tradition is among the oldest in the world, with major poets such as Rumi and Ferdowsi helping to cement Persian as one of mankind's most poetic languages. An excerpt from a famous poem by the Persian poet Saadi Shirazi is even inscribed on the walls of the entrance of the United Nations.

Persian speakers are often referred to as Persephones, and Persian ranks in the top 20 most widely spoken languages in the world. The Persian language originated in what is now known as the Fars Province, one of the thirty one provinces of Iran. You may be surprised to learn that Persian grammar rules haven't changed significantly between the classical and modern period, meaning that Persian speakers today can read classical poets without much difficulty.

Second only to Egypt, Iran is one of the most populous countries in the Middle East. Roughly 83 million people currently reside in Iran. The largest industries in Iran include the service sector, mining and manufacturing, and agriculture. The form of Persian spoken in Afghanistan is often also referred to as Dari Persian or Farsi, and is used as a bridge language in the capital city of Kabul, as well as other northern parts of the country.

There are some cognates that exist between English and Persian, which makes it slightly easier for speakers of each language to understand one another. For example, 'mother' and 'father' in English are 'madar' and 'pedar' in Persian. However, only a translator who is well versed in both English and Persian will be able to convert your text while adhering to grammar rules and retaining the core message that you set out to convey in the first place.

If you're ready to enter the Persian language market, there's no better way to go about it than by sourcing one of the professional translators you'll find on Voices. All you need to do is post a job and get matched with a talented translator to bring your Persian words to life with fluency and precision.

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The best way to get your text translated from English to Farsi is by hiring a translator on Voices. Post a job and get matched with an experienced translator who can bring your words to life for a Farsi speaking audience.

The best way to get your text translated from English to Persian is by hiring a translator on Voices. Post a job and get matched with an experienced translator who can bring your words to life for a Persian speaking audience.

110 million people around the world speak Persian, which is otherwise known as Farsi.