Farsi translation service

We respond quickly and effectively to your Farsi translation needs. Our Farsi translators are professional linguists performing English to Farsi translation and Farsi to English translation for a range of documents in various industries. See the Translation Services we offer, below right.

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Farsi (Persian)

Farsi also referred to as Persian is written in a variety of the Arabic script called: Perso-Arabic.

Farsi is used as the main official language of Iran, and is an official language of Tajikistan (Tajik Farsi/Persian) and Afghanistan (Dari Farsi/Persian). Tajik Farsi/Persian is written using the cyrilic alphabet, not the Arabic alphabet. Dari Farsi/Persian is also used by about 2 million people in Pakistan.

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• Our translation service cover specialized subjects such as engineering, law, finance and many other technical texts.

• Our low cost infrastructure is passed on to our clients, so we can offer quality translation from 8p per word.

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Countries where Farsi is the official or co-official language:

Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan.

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Will your English to Farsi translation be the same amount of text?

No. In general the text translated from English to Farsi will expand by about 10%. Conversely, your Farsi to English translation text will contract by around 10%.

Farsi translation
English original text
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)