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English to Kichwa Translation Services


Kichwa (also called Runashimi, Quichua, and North Quechua) is used across a wide geographic range in South America. The language is spoken in Northern Peru as well as Ecuador and Colombia, where it’s recognized as a regional language. With roughly 1.2 million speakers in total, Kichwa is the second-most widely spoken of the Quechuan languages (the first being Southern Quechua). These days, most Kichwa speakers are more accustomed to written material in Spanish, but working with an English to Kichwa translation service can help you distinguish yourself from other organizations and better connect with your audience.


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As a Quechuan language, Kichwa requires translators to pay attention to certain details in semantics and grammar. As in other Quechuan languages, forming words involves adding a chain of suffixes onto a single stem. Kichwa also has several other features that distinguish it from European languages, including a different system for verbal agreement and expressing possession. This demands a lot from translators, but our team is well prepared to manage these intricacies and provide Kichwa-language material for our clients’ needs.


Materials We Translate from English into Kichwa


  • Web content. As with other Amerindian languages, the use of Kichwa online has been steadily growing. Our team can assist you with online content, such as pages for retail sites, blog posts, and advertisements.

  • General documents. Our team manages document translation in several domains for Kichwa-speaking audiences, providing professionally translated technical manuals, e-learning scripts, and more.


Find a new audience of more than one million in Azogues, Ambato, Otavalo, and Ullpayacu. We are ready to provide English to Kichwa translation services that meet your specific needs and exceed your expectations.

Whatever your project might be, message us now to receive a free quote or learn more about what we can do for you.

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