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A Foreign Language Service

We have your language! Since our founding in 1993, A Foreign Language Service (AFLS) has broken the communications barrier by providing professional interpreters and document translators in over 400 languages including American Sign Language (ASL) - and counting. Our contracted linguistic talent combined with dedicated customer service has made us the premier provider of interpreting, translation, and localization services to the local Metropolitan Phoenix, AZ area and statewide. As the "400 Language People",  we provide exceptional contract services in a variety of languages including those that are rare and emerging.  What sets us apart from similar type of companies is the sheer volume of languages coupled with our unique ability to always customize a communications solution unique to each client! Please use our "Language Search" tool to see if your language is listed or you can view our list of the most commonly requested languages. Whether you are an individual who needs help filling out a government form,  a large hospital requesting an interpreter for a medical exam, or a small business who needs to have marketing materials translated for a multicultural audience, AFLS is there for you.

Browse through our website or give us a call at (480) 813-4242 or 844-813-4242 to let us know how we can help you with your communication needs. Or you can simply contact us via email with any questions that you may have.

 
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Foreign Languages

The 400 Language People

What sets us apart from most translation and interpreting companies is the sheer multitude of languages that we serve – over 400 to be exact! Since our inception in 1993, we have continued to build a reliable international network of highly trained translation and interpreting experts in a multitude of languages from all over the globe.

A successful interpreter makes the decision of how to best convey both the meaning of the words and the context in which those words are utilized in the conversation.  This is why we require our interpreting experts to have a high level of expertise, knowledge of and sensitivity to different cultures, languages, and nationalities. Our document translators provide the same superior quality of service with their documentation and localization skills –  thorough editing and proofreading and precision to detail and accuracy.

So if you need to have an experienced interpreter or translator for a rare language, we have that person for you! Don’t take our word for it. Try our “Language Search” tool to find your unique language!

Contact AFLS today to learn more about the different types of services that we offer in your language.

 

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Languages List

The list below includes of all of the most common of the 400 languages that are often requested from us. This list represents the most common of the 400+ languages provided onsite and is not a comprehensive list.

(Alternative spellings and/or country in parentheses.) If you have questions about a rare or emerging language, please contact us and we will help you!

400 Languages
A Foreign Language Service
Afaan Oromoo
Afar
Afghani
Afrikaans
Akan (Ghana)
Akateko (Acateco Guatemaula)
Akimel O’odham (AZ)
Albanian
American Sign Lang.(ASL)
American Sign -Tactile
Amharic (Ethiopia)
Amuzgo (Mexico)
Apache-San Carlos (AZ)
Apache-White River (AZ)
Arabic
Arabic Sign Language
Aramaic
Armenian
Ashanti (Ghana)
Assam (India)
Assyrian
Azerbaijani
Azuri
Badini Kurd (Badany, Northern Kurd)
Bamana (Mali)
Bamba
Bambara (Ivory Coast)
Bamileke (Cameroon)
Bari (Sudan)
Basque (Spain)
Bassa Liberia
Bawara (Somali)
Bembe
Bengali
Beninese
Berber (Morocco)
Bhutanese
Bisa (Burkina Faso)
Bisaya (Filipino)
Bosnean
Bounda
Braille
Brava (Somalia)
Bugana (Uganda)
Bulgarian
Bulu (Cameroon)
Burmese
Burundi
Caldean
Cambodian
Canarai (India)
Cantonese
Cebuano (Filipino)
Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI)
Chagga
Chamula (Mexican -Mayan Tzotsil)
Chavacano (Filipino)
Chemehuavi (CA, AZ)
Ch’enalho Tzotzil
Cherokee
Chewa (Malawi)
Chichewa (Malawi)
Chiluba
Chin (Burma-Myanmar)
Chin-Hakha (Burma-Myanmar)
Chin-Falam
Chin-Tedim
Chin-Zomi
Chinese (see: Cantonese, Mandarin)
Chinese Sign Language
Chuj (Kanjobal) (Guatemala)
Chuuk (Truk)
Cree
Creek
Creo (Senegal)
Creole (Haitian)
Crio (Sierre Leone)
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dakota
Dari (Afghanistan)
Derija Darija (Tunisia, Algeria,
Morocco)
Dinka (South Sudan)
Dong (Guizhou, China)
Dutch
Dzhongkha (Nepalese Dzongkha)
Edo (Nigeria)
Efik (Nigeria)
English Sign Lang.
Estonian
Ewe (Togo)
Fante
Farsi (Persian)
Farsi, Kurdish
Fiji
Finnish
Flemmish
French
French Canadian
Fujian (China)
Fula
Fulani (Guinea)
Fulfulde (Burkina Faso)
Fuliiru
Fuzhouhua (China)
Ga (Ghana)
German
Gokana (Ogoni)
Grebo
Greek
Guaragigna (Ethiopia)
Gujarati (India)
Guizhou Hua (China)
Gulmukhi (Punjab, India)
Hadiyya (Ethiopia)
Haitian Creole
Hakkien (China)
Halhmieg (Mongolian)
Havasupai (AZ)
Hawaiian
Hebrew
Hmong
Housa (Nigeria)
Hindi
Hopi
Housa (Nigeria)
Hungarian
Ibibio (Nigeria)
Icelandic
Igbu (Ibu) (Nigeria)
Itseikri (Nigeria)
Illicano
Indonesian
Inuit
Irish Gaelic
Italian
Ixil (Guatemala)
Jacaltec (Jakaltek, Guatemala)
Japanese
Juba (Sudan)
Jula (Ivory Coast)
Kachin
Kalaallisut (Greenland)
Kalinga (Kenya)
Kalenjin (Kenya)
Kamba
Kambaata (Ethiopia)
Kana (Nigeria)
Kanjobal (Kanqobal) (Guatemala)
Kannada (India)
Karen (Burma)
Karen (S’gaw Sgaw)
Karen (Pa’o, Pwo)
Karenni (Burma)
Kashmiri (Pakistan)
Kazakh
Kekchi (Guatemala)
Khmer (Cambodian)
Kibembe
Kifulero
Kigande
Kikuyu
Kinyamelenge
Kinyarwanda
Kipsigis (Kenya)
Kirega (Kenya)
Kirundi
Kisi
Kissi
Kiswahili
Konkani (India)
Korean
Kosrae (Micronesea)
Krahn (Liberia)
Krio (W. Africa)
Kru (Liberia)
Kucong
Kunama
Kumanji Kurd
Kurdish
Kurmanji Kurd (Northern Kurd)
Kurundi
Kyrgyz
Lacota Sioux
Lahu (Yunan, China)
Lao
Lapaneco (Mexico)
Latin
Latuka (Sudan)
Latvian
Lego-Mwenga (Congo)
Lingala (Sudan, Congo)
Lithuanian
Lo Mien
Luo
Maadi (Sudan)
Maay (Somali-Mai Mai)
Mabaan (S. Sudan)
Macedonian
Maghrebi (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia)
Maithili (Nepal)
Malay
Malay (Bahasa)
Malayalam (India)
Malinke (Ivory Coast)
Mam (Guatemala)
Mandarin
Mande (West Africa)
Mandingo
Mandinka
Marathi (India)
Mari (Russia)
Marshalese
Mayan (Mexico)
Mazahua (Mexico)
Mazateco (Mexico)
Memon
Mende (SierraLeon)
Mestizo (Mexico)
Mexican Sign Language
Mina(Togo)
Mixe (Mexico)
Mixteco Alto (Mexico)
Mixteco Bajo (Mexico)
Moldovan
Mon (Myanmar)
Mongolian
Moore (Burkina Faso)
Mortlockese
Nahuatl (Mexico)
Nandi (Kenya)
Nanibian
Navajo
Ndzubele
Nepali
Nepali Sign Language
Nestorian
Newari
Norwegian
Nuer (Sudan)
Nyanja
Ogoni (Nigeria)
Ojibwe
Oriya (India)
Orominga
Oromo (Kenya)
Otomi
Palau
Pampango (Filipino)
Pangasinan (Filipino)
Pangasinan (Filipino)
Panjabi (Punjabi-India)
Papago (AZ)
Papiamento
Payute (Paiute)
Pennsylvania Dutch
Pepel (Guinea-Bassau)
Pidgin English (Nigerian)
Pima (Arizona)
Pohnpei
Polish
Polish Sign Language
Popki (Guatemala)
Portuguese
Punjabi (India)
Purepecha (Mexico)
Pushto (Afhganistan)
Putu Krahn
Quechua
Quiche (Guatemala)
Rohingya (Myanmar)
Romanian
Rundi (Burundi)
Russian
Saho, Saaho Eritria)
Samoan
Sango (Central African Rep)
Sanskrit (India)
Sapo Krahn
Serbian
Serbo-Croatian
Shan (Myanmar)
Shona (Zimbabwe)
Shoshoni
Sicilian (Italy)
Signed Exact English
Silozi (Nanibia)
Sindhi (Pakistan)
Sindhala (Sri Lanka)
Sioux
Slovak
Slovenian
Somali
Sorani Kurd (Central Kurd)
Sousou
Spanish
Spanish Sign Language
Subia (Nanibia)
Swahili
Swedish
Sylheti (India)
Tagalog (Filipino)
Taiwanese (Chinese)
Tamaric (India)
Tamazight (Algeria)
Tamil (India)
Tarahumara (Mexico)
Tarascan (Mexico)
Tartar (Russia)
Tausog (Filipino)
Tchiluoluba
Telegu/Telugu (India)
Temne
Tepehaun (Mexico)
Terasco (Mexico)
Thai
Timine (Sierre Leone)
Tohono O’odham (AZ)
Toishan (China-Taishan)
Tongan
Tigrinya (Eritria, Ethiopia
Trique (Mexico)
Truk (Chuuk from Palau)
Tswana (S Africa)
Tugen (Kenya)
Tulu (India)
Tumbara (Sierre Leone
Turkish
Twi (Ghana)
Tzotzil (Mexico)
Ukrainian
Uptik
Urdu (India, Pakistan)
Ute (UT)
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Vietnamese Sign Lang.
Visayan (Filipino)
Waray (Filipino)
Wenzhou Hua
Wolof (Senegal)
Xhosa
Xuj (Guatemala)
Yaqui (AZ)
Yao
Yap
Yaw (Chin)
Yoruba (Nigeria)
Yugoslavia (see: Bosnea Serbo-Croat)
Yupik (Inuit)
Zande (Sudan, et al)
Zapoteco (Mexico)
Zomi, Chin (Myanmar)
Zoque (Mexico)
Zou (Chin)
Zulu
Zuni (NM)
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