Lakota Translator & Interpreter Services
At CIT, the client is always number one. We dedicate the same amount of time and effort to Fortune 500 companies, local businesses, and individuals. The unrivaled perfection of our methods does not discriminate between the type of size of the job. In addition, we give you the same access to our brilliant support staff. We make them available 24/7, so you can ask all of your questions without hesitation. Our services come in many forms, each with its virtues. We utilize traditional processes and combine them with the latest technological developments. Through this, we can bring you a translator or interpreter in a hard to find language, like Lakota, quickly.
With regards to interpreting, our telephonic and video remote options give you an alternative to in-person. This way, you can get the same exact expertise from the comfort of your home. With CIT, there’s never a compromise. We offer our top-of-the-line services at competitive rates. When it comes to our translations, we proof and edit each document over multiple stages to ensure that you get an unrivaled final product. We never use machine translators, so you can rest easy that we do our work with integrity.
The Lakota Language
Lakota, along with Dakota and Nakota, represents one of the three dialects of the Siouan languages. While many of its speakers saw Lakota as its own unique language, it is mutually intelligible with its other dialects. To this day, the Lakota make up the largest Native American speaking group in the world with a few thousand speakers.
Many organizations continue to make efforts to keep the language alive through various programs. These initiatives focus their efforts in North and South Dakota, where the majority of its speakers reside. Settlers in the new world made it into a written language. The Lakota people feel the pressures of society each and every single day. Between gentrification and alcoholism, they struggle to cope with the changes we force upon them.
Their grammar uses a subject-object-verb form. It also uses 5 vowels. Lakota includes a number of nasal vowels as well as postpositions. With every single assignment, CIT keeps these incredible parts of Lakota alive by training every interpreter and translator properly. In addition to that, our interest in keeping the traditions of the Lakota people alive goes far beyond our services. Every CIT linguist understands the importance of keeping cultural elements and modern social developments in mind. This way, we can treasure the contributions of the Lakota people to the world.
Hire a Lakota Interpreter or Translator
Need a Lakota interpreter or Lakota translator? CIT is here to help! We’ll draw on our network of thousands of certified, mother-tongue linguists to provide you with a Lakota interpreter or translator when and where you need them. To learn more, schedule a Lakota interpreting assignment, or request a Lakota translation, call us at 888-737-9009 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.