English To Burmese Translators
Located in Indianapolis, LUNA is surrounded by one of the largest Burmese populations in the United States and has some of the best English to Burmese translators you can find. We are very familiar with the Burmese culture and have been involved with many translation and interpretation projects in the Burmese community. Our Director of Language Services, Naw Eh Phaw, was born in the Southern part of Burma and is fluent in Burmese, Chin, and Karen.
Our Certified Burmese Translation Experts
LUNA only uses well vetted, certified translators to ensure 100% accuracy in all of our translations. Our Burmese translators can translate your websites and documents either to or from Burmese, no matter the industry. The LUNA team is experienced in translating many different types of documents in any format.
Who Uses LUNA Language Services
- Government Agencies
- Educational Institutions
- Non-Profit Administration
- Legal Offices
- Medical Facilities
- Families and Individuals
Our Quality Guarantee
Our project managers will work closely with you to ensure we are meeting all of your needs. If we are translating documents for you, the final product will be returned to you in whatever format you request. We can provide you with certified hard copies and a number of digital options. Before any translation is returned, it is reviewed by your project manager to ensure you are receiving the highest quality product.
Get Your Burmese Translation
The cost and amount of time required to complete a translation project varies on a case-by-case basis, but is always guaranteed accurate. You can rest assured that the team at LUNA will provide you with high quality translations in both a time and price sensitive manner.
The Burmese Language
Though it is most commonly referred to as Burmese, the official English name of the language is the Myanmar language. Burmese is the official language of Burma or Myanmar, and is the native languageof more than 32 million people.
- It is the second language of more than 10 million people.
- Burmese is a member of the Lolo-Burmese grouping of the Sino-Tibetan language family.
- Burmese is both an analytic and tonal language.
- There are two forms of the Burmese language – formal and colloquial.