Kazakh Translation Services in Malaysia

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Professional Kazakh Document Translations

We provide English to Kazakh translation in Malaysia by certified Kazakh translators with years of experience. Our translation is done with utmost professionalism and accuracy that not translates the source but conveys the true meaning of the content. Our Kazakh translators have native-language proficiency and well-versed in subject matters relating to specific industries such as Marketing, I.T, Legal, Tourism & Travel and more. Our translators are based both in Malaysia and in Japan.

VEQTA Translations is a language service provider in Malaysia that can provide localization and translation into most commercial languages. We have subject matter experts available for perfect Kazakh translation for most major industries. We adhere to localization best practices such as styleguides, glossaries, CAT Tools and full quality assurance processes. Our clients from Selangor, Johor, Sabah, Penang and Singapore rely on us for a high quality and accurate Kazakh translation in Malaysia of all types of documents and content.

We approach Kazakh translation by a proven 3 step process for best result and consistent quality:

1. Kazakh Main Translation Phase Our native Kazakh translators will be assigned on the project according to their experience with similar content. We only use experienced native translators who have been thoroughly vetted by language testing proficiency tests.

2. Kazakh Editing Once the translation has passed certain quality criteria, it’s passed to the Editor. The Kazakh Editor is a senior translator who will go through and polish the text, e.g correcting syntax, grammar and flow.

3. Kazakh Proof checkingAs a final quality assurance step, we will go through the Kazakh documents again to give it an overall quality check, check on typos, any missing content and correct any inconsistencies in the translation.

We can provide Kazakh translation integrated into your marketing material, online platform, website, portal or system.

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Language Translation

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Language Voiceover

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Language Subtitling

Language Subject Expertise

Language Subject Expertise

VEQTA’s experienced Kazakh translators know how to provide perfect Kazakh Translation Services second to none. Our company is working with skillful Kazakh translators that have been thoroughly vetted through rigorous language tests as well as formal qualification and experience.

The Kazakh translator and Editor we select to work on client projects have translated Kazakh for us for a number of years, providing English to Kazakh translation and Kazakh to English translation for a cross-section of industries and different types of documents for between 5 to 15 years. So if you looking for an English to Ukraine translator to translate Ukrainian get in touch today!

The Kazakh language is the official language of the Republic of Kazakhstan. It is also spoken in other areas, especially in the Xinjiang region of China, the Bayan Olgii Province in Mongolia, and some other areas in the former Soviet Union. In addition, speakers of Kazakh can be found in Afghanistan, Iran, Germany, and Turkey.

Kazakh stems from the Turkic family of languages. It is a considered an agglutinative language, meaning that suffixes can be added to words to form more complex meanings. Other agglutinative languages include Japanese and Korean. In general, it is a language where the verb comes at the end of the sentence, but there is quite a flexible word order.

VEQTA is a choice you can depend on and we’re able to guarantee stability, consistency and a fast turnaround.

Located in Kuala Lumpur, and with representatives in Bangkok, we have the strategic benefit of operating in a low-cost environment and can thus provide a high-quality service for very competitive prices.

Kazakh is currently written with three different writing systems, Cyrillic, the Latin alphabet, and Arabic. What system is used varies mostly by region. The Arabic script is used in regions in Afghanistan, China, and Iran, while Cyrillic is being used in Bayan Olgii Province in Mongolia. In Kazakhstan, Kazakh may be in a unique situation in terms of writing as it is in the process of transferring from one script to a newer script. Up until October 2017, it has been written using Cyrillic, the same script used to write Russian and a number of other languages that are associated with countries of the former Soviet bloc. However, due to presidential decree, Kazakh will be officially written using the Latin script in Kazakhstan. The goal proposed by the President is to have the transition completed by 2025. However, in other Kazakh-speaking regions, Cyrillic will most likely remain prominent without the political weight behind such an ambitious shift.

  • Kazakh Subject Expertise
  • Kazakh Translators
  • Kazakh Editors
  • Kazakh Copywriters
  • Kazakh Reviewers
  • Kazakh Voice dubbing
  • Kazakh Subtitling
  • Kazakh Transcription

The Cyrillic script was introduced top Kazakh-speaking communities during the 1800s by the Russian Empire. Since then, it had been adjusted and adapted by scholars to conform more to the characteristics of Kazakh speech, and its current form was finalized in 1940. Cyrillic, as used to write Kazakh, contains 42 letters. 33 of these letters come from the original Russian alphabet, but an additional nine have been added for sounds specific to Kazakh. It is written from left-to-right.

The Latin script used to write Kazakh is similar to other languages that use the same system, but with additional letters, for a total of 32. In addition to the standard 26 letters, there are 6 more which are A’, G’, I’, N’, O’, S’, C’, U’, and Y’, which all represent distinct sounds that exist in Kazakh. Like Cyrillic, and other languages that use Latin script, it was written from left-to-right, and includes Western style punctuation.

The Arabic script is the writing system used in both Altay Prefecture and Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture, both part of the Xinjiang Autonomous Region in China, as well as in Afghanistan and Iran. The script may differ between the different regions, but in general, there are 29 letters and a symbol to identify front vowels. Like other Arabic scripts, and unlike Cyrillic and Latin scripts, it is written from right-to-left.

Kazakh has roots in the language of Chagatay, as spoken by Jüz, tribal federations that originated from Uzbek Khanates (groups ruled by Khans). The Jüz and the original Khanates spoke Chagatay, but as they separated and settled in different regions that would be come to known as present-day Kazakhstan, the language spoken by the groups began to diverge and evolve. The variety spoken by the Jüz would eventually be known as Kazakh.

Kazakh was originally only a spoken language. Chagatay, its mother language, was written using Arabic, and when Kazakh was written, it was done with Arabic as well. Only a small amount of writing can be seen from this time, which was around the 10th century.

In the 1700s, the Mongol Empire threatened areas of present-day Kazakhstan and the Jüz was under the protection of the Russian Empire. By the mid-1800s, the Russian Empire had incorporated the Jüz tribes into their fold. At the same time, a standardized version of Kazakh had evolved using the Arabic script, and an intellectual and literary class had formed for Kazakh.

In the early 1900s, the Kazakhstan region was known as the Kirghiz Autonomous Soviet Social Republic (ASSR) and was renamed to Kazakh ASSR in 1925. During this period, Soviet administration made the decision to use a Latin-based script for written Kazakh. However, under Stalin, all languages that were in the Soviet Union were ordered to use Cyrillic.

However, in areas that were not included in the Soviet Union, but still had Kazakh speaking populations, Arabic continued to be the prominent script in which the language was, and still is, written.

Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Kazakh has been the official language of an independent Kazakhstan. However, there was still competition from Russian and many who live in Kazakhstan still speak Russian as a native language. In fact, it is estimated that only 60% of the population is fluent in the Kazakh language. However, as Kazakh gains more status and usage in Kazakhstan, it remains an important language for the country.

Recently Kazakhstan announced it will change it’s alphabet from Cryllic to a Latin based script.

A dedicated team of Kazakh translators who combines Experience, Specialized Subject Matter Expertise with best Translation Practices to deliver quality second to none.

  • Kazakh Document Translation
  • Kazakh Legal Translation
  • Kazakh I.T Translation
  • Kazakh Health & Fitness Translation
  • Kazakh Medical Translation
  • Kazakh Marketing Translation
  • Kazakh Financial & Accounting Translation
  • Kazakh Tourism & Travel Translation
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