Creole interpreting in Birmingham

Creole interpreting in Birmingham

Creole interpreting in Birmingham

Creole languages came into being as a result of linguistic communication i.e. the contact between two or more languages. It is estimated that there are approximately 15 million of Creole speakers worldwide, but unfortunately this number is decreasing every day. Creole languages were first invented and then “nativized” by children during colonial times, which means that most of them are based on European languages. Basic, limited vocabulary and simplified grammar are some of their most significant features. They also have their own phonetic system.

Creole interpreting in Birmingham

Are you organising a business meeting with a Creole speaking partner who does not know English? Or maybe you are a Creole speaking person yourself? Whether you are from an organisation seeking interpreters for various clients or an individual looking for a professional interpreting assistance when attending a GP appointment for instance – we are here to help you find the interpreter you need.  As a leading translation and interpreting company, Birmingham Translation Agency (BTA) offers various types of interpreting services in the city and neighbouring areas. For the past 8 years we have been providing interpreting services of the utmost quality for a wide range of both public and private sector clients not only in the city of Birmingham, but also in London, Manchester, Essex and Stoke-on-Trent.

Types of interpreting services

Depending on the communication situation, you might need different types of interpreting services. BTA will find a perfect Creole interpreter for you whether you want to organise a large conference or a small one-two-one business meeting with Creole speaking partner. In our offer you will find:

Apart from this, BTA also provides a wide range of translation and transcription services, which have so far always met our clients’ highest requirements and expectations.

Our Creole interpreters

All Creole interpreters working for BTA are experienced, well qualified and have outstanding credentials. They are all native speakers of the language and hold qualifications not only in interpreting itself but also in specific fields of this craft such as legal, medical or business interpreting. Moreover, they are all CRB checked and are a guarantee of confidentiality and full discretion.

Did you know?

A German-based creole is spoken in some parts of the Pacific Ocean. People speak it in Papua New Guinea and in some parts of Australia, where it is called Our German i.e. Unserdeutsch.

One of the most famous sentences in Creole language comes from Jamaica. It was sung by Bob Marley and is very important in the history of reggae music – No women, no cry! (no women, don’t cry).

Contact us

If you need a Creole translation contact us now using the Get Free Quote in Minutes button at the top of this page.  If you are interested in booking a Creole interpreter please call us on 01212680077 and our booking team will be pleased to help you find a suitable person fitting your requirements.

Written by Agnieszka Kurmas