2018’s top translated languages

As noted in the previous years, millions of words are translated every minute by machines and humans. Surprisingly, statistics shows that an average person speaks about two languages. The first being their native language and then, a learned foreign language. But this doesn’t mean a person can’t know more because there is Ziad Fazah who claims to speak 58 languages such as Arabic, Polish, English and many others.

When it comes to narrowing down to the most translated languages, the ones listed below have the most demand in the translation world.

1. English 360 – 400 million England
2. Spanish 570 million Spain, Hispanic America, Equatorial Guinea
3. Chinese 1.2 billion China
4. Hindi 260 million India
5. Arabic 292 million Arabia
6. Portuguese 220 million Portugal, Brazil
7. Russian 154 million Russia
8. Swahili 15 million East Africa
9. French 76.8 million France


So if you want to learn a new language, or simply want to have a document or website translated into world’s popular languages, we have professionals that will help you make the best translations.

However, in addition to the languages highlighted above, our company Lugandaproz– also provides more language translations for all the native languages of East Africa because of we are strategically located amidst the native speakers. This means that we have all the resources and capacity to handle any amount of work thrown to us and can deliver it in the shortest time possible. To sum it up, we beat deadlines.

So we also translate these languages.

Runyankore Kikuyu Swahili
Rutooro, Luhya Maasai
Rukiga Luo Datooga
Runyoro Swahili Digo
Luganda Maasai  
Lusoga Kikamba  
Karamojong Kisii  


So, if you have documents in any language highlighted above, know that we have atleast 5 translators in a database that will help translate your files amply. You can upload your files HERE or simply contact us for more information.



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