Professional Farsi Translation Services

Renaissance Translations offers professional Farsi translation services at affordable rates. With a large network of native Farsi translators, our expert team can help you translate from English to Farsi or vice versa covering all content types and industries. As a leading translation agency, our team can handle translation projects of any size to help expand your business in Farsi-speaking countries. Some of our satisfied global clients include Allen & Overy, Huawei, Ernest & Young, Damac, University of Southampton, BMW and Puma. Hiring Renaissance Translations as your Farsi translation agency guarantees fast and efficient Farsi translation services. Our team is ready to get started on translating your English to Farsi project.

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Renaissance is your go-to Farsi translation agency. Our expert team will meet your specific requirements and can provide comprehensive language translation services, consistent results and reliable service.

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Our translation services are only performed by well-vetted native speakers of the target language to make sure we deliver high quality and accurate translations.

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We understand that sometimes you need to connect with audiences fast. Therefore, we use translation tools to expedite our processes and meet quick turnarounds.

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Our professional translation services are guaranteed to be 100% accurate, upholding the highest standards of business management and translation quality. We are an associate member of the Association of Translation Companies in England as well as the EUATC. We are also an accredited translation agency by the International Organization for Standardization, meaning that our translations are accepted worldwide.

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English to Farsi Translation

Farsi – also known as Iranian Persian – is an Indo-Iranian language and the national language of Iran. Unlike English, Farsi uses a specific Arabic script called Perso-Arabic which is one of the biggest challenges for Farsi translators. Farsi translators must learn the new scripture and characters when translating documents. Moreover, this script is written and read from right to left, the opposite way we read and write in English. Therefore, assigning expert Farsi translators will enable you translate English to Farsi to convey the sentiments behind a document and translate confusing turns of phrases for your convenience. For example, there are three different words for soup in Farsi due to its consistency. “Tilit” refers to a soup “where you put pieces of bread in the soup and let the bread soak up the soup.” On the other hand, watery soups are called “âb-gusht” (or dizi) or “eshkeneh,” whereas thicker soups are called “âsh”. Thankfully, translating English to Farsi is easier by the language’s simplistic formal grammar. There is no noun inflection, no gender, and thus no corresponding adjectival agreement. That said, the Farsi language is full of idiomatic phrases which are problematic when performing literal Farsi translations. Whenever you translate English to Farsi, these need to be carefully understood for your meaning to get across as intended.

Professional Farsi Translators

We maintain a network of over 10,000 professional translators, including professional Farsi translators. With translation services in any language on the books, we can provide professional Farsi translation services, no matter the language pair. Our Farsi translators are experts in their field with years of translation experience. Each of them has passed our online translation test before before joining our network. They also have at least five years of translation experience and relevant qualifications in translation. To ensure excellent results, our project managers only use native Farsi translators when translating English to Farsi. With this large network of professional translators, we can work under short deadlines even for large projects. If you need to translate your document into other Middle Eastern languages, we also provide Arabic translation, Kurdish translation, Turkish translation, and many other languages.

Areas of Expertise

Farsi is a popular language in the Central Asian and Middle Eastern countries of Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Iraq and Azerbaijan. With an increase of business and governmental interactions with these countries, the need for professional Farsi translators is huge. In fact, the US Government has designated Farsi as a “critical need language” for intelligence, military and diplomatic activities. Many businesses will also need a Farsi translation agency to help translate English to Farsi and enter a global market and expand their reach. We have a large skilled network of native Farsi speakers to accomplish your goals professionally. Regardless of your industry or subject matter, we are confident in our ability to provide professional Farsi translation services. Our service offerings include English to Farsi translation. Whether you need technical translation services, business document translation or government document translation, we can have the right translator to meet your needs.

Farsi Translation Tips & Insights

Our Farsi translation services lead the global market, and our language experts all know what makes a great translation. Below are two key considerations when translating from English to Farsi or vice versa for accurate content every time. Understand Right-to-Left Formatting Farsi uses an Arabic script called Perso-Arabic. As a Semitic language, all Arabic scripts are written from right to left rather than left to right. This is vital when translating English to Farsi as it has a significant impact on the page layout. Your translation to Farsi must flip graphics and tables alongside changing the words themselves. Using high-quality translation services ensures this is never forgotten about. Understand Persian Dialects Farsi is one of the more established dialects of the Persian language which is spoken in Iran. Therefore, it is also known as Iranian Persian. However, there are two other major dialect divisions of the Perian language: Dari Persian which is spoken in Afghanistan, and Tajik Persian which is spoken in Tajikistan and Central Asia. Before appointing your translation agency to work on your project, check if they have the right branch of the Persian language for your target market. Although the three strains are mutually intelligible, choosing the right dialect helps to ensure you connect and engage with your audience.

Farsi Language Facts

Farsi is an endonym for the Persian language and is the official language of Iran. It is also spoken in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and other Middle Eastern countries. Farsi is one of the oldest languages in the world. People think it to have originated in Persia (modern-day Iran) around 2500 years ago. The Persian language has different names depending on where you live. In Iran, speakers call the language Fari, but in Afghanistan, speakers called it Dari. There are many similarities between Farsi and French and lots of borrowed words. One great example is the word for “thank you”, which is “mersi” in Fari and “merci” in French. Farsi is a relatively easy language to learn compared to other Middle Eastern languages as there as no genders and the grammar is simple. Farsi is written using an Arabic script called Perso-Arabic and uses many Arabic loanwords. However, it is not mutually intelligible with Arabic. This script came into use in Persia during the 7th century after the Islamic conquest. The Shahnameh, an epic poem by Ferdowsi, is one of the most famous works of Persian literature.

Popular Farsi Translation Phrases

Here you can learn some of the most popular English phrases and their Farsi translations.

Words to translate from English to Farsi Translating English to Farsi Farsi Transliteration




Good morning

صبح بخیر

Sobh bexeyr

Good luck

موفق باشید

Movaffaq bâšid



Xodâ hâfezat

I love you

دوستت دارم

Dústat dâram

Happy birthday

تولدت مبارک

Tavallodam mobârak

Thank you



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