English to Turkmen Translation Services
Turkmen is spoken primarily in Turkmenistan, where it’s the official language. Additionally, there are many speakers in northern parts of Iran and Afghanistan, as well as diaspora communities throughout Russia and Turkey. In total, Turkmen has more than 7.5 million speakers throughout Central Asia and Eastern Europe, and to reach them, you need a translation service that understands the intricacies of working with Turkmen.
A Turkic language like Kazakh, Kyrgyz, and Uzbek, Turkmen is most closely related to Turkish and Azerbaijani. It’s an agglutinative language that forms long multipart words by adding suffixes to a stem word. Because of its unique history, Turkmen is written in three different writing systems depending on where it’s spoken. In Turkmenistan, the language is officially written in a modified version of the Latin alphabet, while speakers in Afghanistan and Iran use the Arabic script, and many historical texts and some speakers in Russia use the Cyrillic alphabet. Naturally, our translation team can translate your materials into whichever script best fits your intended audience.
Materials We Translate from English to Turkmen
Business materials. Let us help you expand your business in Central Asia. Our translation team has experience working with content such as advertisements, customer testimonials, product information, promotional materials, and more.
Websites. We provide support for a wide range of online content, including blogs, informational pages, retail websites, and other online materials.
Localized content. If you have digital content like software, phone apps, or user interfaces, we can make it accessible in Turkmen.
We support translation projects to help businesses and professionals in Ashgabat, Daşoguz, Türkmenabat, and elsewhere gain a wider Central Asian readership. The team at TranslationServices.com can help you reach your target audience and meet your goals.
For a free quote for Turkmen translation or to learn how we can support you, message us now.