Haitian Creole Language Translation

The word "Creole" simply means a mixture of different languages--it could be French based Creole or English-based, or Portuguese or Arabic based, etc. Haitian Creole emerged from contact between French settlers and African slaves during the Atlantic slave trade in the French colony of Saint-Domingue (now Haiti). It originated in the 18th century mostly with influence from Portuguese, Spanish, English, Taíno, and West African languages. In the present day, it is the main spoken language for 9 million people living in Haiti and further 400,000 emigrated Haitians living in the Bahamas, Canada, Cayman Islands, Cuba, French Guiana, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Guadeloupe, and United States.

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Some of the services in Haitian-creole translation include (a) Business translation; (b) general translation and proofreading services; (c) legal and financial translation; (d) localization and technical language services; (e) personal translation; (f) life sciences translations; (g) technical and industry specific translations; and (h) additional services. Very often clients approached me for uncommon languages like Haitian Creole. Some of our translators are based in Port-au-Prince who regularly provide a high standard of translations within the given time frame and submit their work to our quality assurance team. The quality assurance team ensures that every document that is sent to their clients is a perfect, error-free translation.

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