Hausa Language Translation

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Hausa Translation Service – Accurate, On-Time and Cost Effective

All Translation Services specializes in providing high quality English to Hausa and Hausa to English translation services for personal and for business use.

Whatever kind of translation you have - legal, technical, medical or general documents - we are happy to handle anything from small-scale translation to large-scale localization projects with ease.

As an ISO certified company, we are always eager to serve our customers efficiently by finding new ways to improve our quality & reduce our prices, so our customers benefit both ways.

About Hausa Language

Hausa is the Chadic language that has about 24 million people who speak this language as their first language and about 15 million people as their second language. Hausa belongs to the West Chadic languages subgroup of the Chadic languages group, which is in turn a part of the Afro-Asiatic language family. Hausa’s modern official orthography is a Latin based alphabet called boko. Hausa language has Glottalic consonants at four or five places of the articulation. They require movement of the glottis during pronunciation and have a staccato sound. This language is having so many features that a native might sometimes get confused and giving this work in the hand of someone who does not know the language would be a drastically wrong decision.

We translate Hausa language with ease and on time!

We give you the best turnaround time for your Hausa to English and English to Hausa translation. Our Hausa translators can translate an average of 2500 to 3000 words per day. We time our services to your needs. We don’t follow other people’s standards: we set our own new standards everyday by achieving our goals and by supplying high quality English to Hausa and Hausa to English Translation Services to our clients.

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About Hausa Language

Country Where Spoken

Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Eritrea, Germany, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan, Togo

Official Language of

States of Nigeria

Region

Bauchi, Gombe states, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Nigeria, Sokoto, Zamfara

Alternate Names

Abakwariga, Habe, Haoussa, Hausawa, Kado, Mgbakpa

Total Speakers

24,258,000

Language Family

A West Chadic, A.1 West Chadic, Afro-Asiatic, Chadic, Hausa, West Chadic

Writing Style

Latin-based alphabet called boko

Dialects

Adarawa, Arewa, Gobirawa, Hadejiya, Kano, Katagum, Katsina, Kebbawa, Sokoto, Zamfarawa