Dari and Pashto are the most widely spoken languages in Afghanistan and are its official languages.
Dari is used to communicate between people whose mother tongues are other languages and serves as the mother tongue for various Afghan ethnic groups, including Tajiks, Hazaras, and Aymaks. Dari and the Persian language (Farsi) used in Iran are mutually intelligible, although some differences in phonetic transcription and grammar are still present. The Persian version of the Arabic script is used for writing in Dari.
Pashto is the mother tongue of the Pashtuns, the dominant ethnic group in Afghanistan. Due to the multi-ethnic nature of Afghanistan, a variety of languages, as well as bilingualism and multilingualism, are common. Pashto is also spoken in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (up to 8% of the population speaks it).
If you need a written translation from/into Dari/Pashto, please contact MacroGlobal Translation Agency, and our staff will perform the translation with high quality and within the time frame you need.
Additionally, MacroGlobal Translation Agency provides translation certification services with the translation agency’s seal and translator’s signature, as well as notarization of translations from/into Dari/Pashto.
The translation of documents from Dari/Pashto and vice versa is carried out by professional translators, after which it is proofread by qualified editors, and only then you receive a high-quality and verified translation.
Urgent translation of documents from/into Dari/Pashto can be done within 30 minutes.
THE PROCESS OF ORDERING A WRITTEN TRANSLATION
In order to estimate the cost of translation and the time frame, we need to see the document in electronic form (scan, photo, file in any format) or directly in the office. You can leave a request on our website, write to us at email@example.com or contact our office.
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