Our Persian translation team consists of
Persian (also known as Farsi) belongs to the western group of the Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family. It is an official language in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan under different names, and is also spoken in Uzbekistan and Bahrain. Persian is a pluricentric language and is of the ‘Subject Object Verb’ type. The Persian language has been important with respect to literary and scientific contributions and has influenced certain neighboring languages, including several Turkic and Indian languages. It shares the same Western Iranian group as Kurdish and Baluchi, and is most similar to other languages in the Southwestern Iranian group, such as Larestani and Luri. In English, this language is historically known as Persian, although many Persian-speakers continue to identify their language in English as Farsi. However, the Academy of Persian Language and Literature has declared that the name Persian is more appropriate. There are three modern varieties of standard Persian, namely Modern Iranian Persian or Farsi (spoken in Iran), Dari (spoken in Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan), and Tajik (spoken in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Russia). The latter is written in the Cyrillic rather than Persian script. There are also several local dialects from Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan which differ slightly from standard Persian.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Al Diwaniyah (IQ), Al Hillah (IQ), Arak (IR), Baghdad (IQ), Basra (IQ), Dushanbe (TJ), Ghazni (AF), Isfahan (IR), Kabul (AF), Mashhad (IR), Mosul (IQ), Nasiriyah (IQ), Perspolis (IR), Rasht (IR), Sari (IR), Shiraz (IR), Tabriz (IR), Tehran (IR),