Haitian Creole is one of the two languages of Haiti, along with French. Over 90% of the Haitian Creole vocabulary is of French origin, although it has it’s own distinct grammar. The language emerged in the 17th century through contact with French settlers in Haiti.
Haitian Creole translation services
Haitian Creole is a recognised minority language in the United States. North America's only Creole-language television network is HBN, based in Miami.
Services offered for this language
Translation / Transcreation / Subtitling / Localization / Adaptation / Copywriting / Authoring / Proofreading / Revision / Editing / Translation quality assurance / Terminology / Linguistic validation / Glossary creation / Dubbing / Voice-overs / Transcription / Typesetting / Simultaneous interpreting / Consecutive interpreting / Conference interpreting / Telephone interpreting / Public service interpreting / Interpreting equipment hire / Foreign language consulting
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