Getting Help from a Punjabi Translator

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Punjabi Translator

Many migrant workers, immigrants, tourists and even locals who have relatives who speak a foreign language are in need of translators. Language Direct has a great team of linguists, translators and interpreters in London who are native speakers with impressive and extensive background in this industry. We can help you find a Punjabi translator in your area to minimize costs and save time.


A background on Punjabi

The Indo-Aryan language of Punjabi is the tenth most spoken language in the world, with 130 million native speakers world wide. It is the only tonal language in the Indo-Aryan language family. However, it is also the third most widely spoken language in Canada and the United Kingdom.

In India, Punjabi is recognized by the states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, and West Bengal. In Pakistan, however, Punjabi has no official status, nor is it a national language. Still 70% of Pakistanis speak Punjabi, and over 44% of them are native speakers.

In recent years, Punjabi has especially played a big role in Bollywood. Movies and many TV shows have Punjabi vocabulary in their scripts. Punjabi songs have also become increasingly popular in both Pakistan and India.


Translating from Punjabi to English: What your Punjabi translator should know

When translating from Punjabi to English, there are two important factors to consider: grammar and the writing system.

Basic Punjabi grammar follows subject – object – verb order. It uses postpositions, instead of prepositions. There are five noun cases, two genders and two numbers. Adjectives are either declinable or undeclinable, while the two types of pronouns are personal and derivates.

Punjabi uses Gurmukhi and Shahmukhi scripts, where dots and macrons can denote long vowels or consonant sounds. The use of the scripts are regional, with some states or regions using one script over the other.

Language Direct offers the following translation services for Punjabi in the UK:


Here’s an interesting way to learn the colors in Punjabi:



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