Armenian Interpreters in Orange County
Orange County is a large area home to about 11,000 people of Armenian descent. With a large Armenian community, requests for Armenian interpreters in Orange County are quite common for us. However, covering an interpreting assignment with an Armenian interpreter is nothing new to us. Every day, we are hit with numerous requests for either an Eastern or Western Armenian interpreter.
This language may be difficult to cover for some firms, but not CIT! We have access to some of the top certified Armenian interpreters across Orange County. No interpreting assignment goes uncovered. Our Armenian interpreters are professionals who take their job very seriously. The skill and accuracy are unmatched. CIT guarantees our interpreters will exceed your expectations at the most cost-effective interpreters in the industry!
Orange County Armenian Professional Society (OCAPS)
This social networking association was established for Armenian professionals in Orange County. They have hosted a variety of events for their members including cultural, educational, and social functions. Some of the events the organization throws are Meet & Mingle, Spring Gala, and the Armenian Christmas Celebration. Also, the organization hosts an event once a year with proceeds going directly to areas in Armenia in need.
Eastern vs. Western Armenian
As many people may not know, there are two different standardized forms of the Modern Armenian language: Eastern and Western Armenian. The modernizing of the Armenian language occurred when Armenians were under two empires, the Russian in the east and the Ottoman in the west. Both forms of the Armenian language are mutually intelligible; however, Eastern and Western Armenian speakers may find it difficult to understand each other due to differences in sounds, grammar, and vocabulary.
- Eastern Armenian – Spoken in Armenia, Artsakh, Russia, as well as Georgia, and by Iranian-Armenians and Persian Armenians. It is based on the Yerevan dialect. Eastern Armenian is also the common, day-to-day, language used in Armenia.
- Western Armenian – Spoken by Armenians of most of the Middle East except for Iran, and Rostov-on-Don in Russia. It is also spoken by a small percentage in Turkey as a first language. It is based on the Istanbul Armenian dialect. Western Armenian used to be the dominant Armenian variant until the Armenian Genocide wiping out Western Armenia. The survivors fled to Eastern Armenia where they now speak Eastern Armenian or a mix between the two.
Does CIT provide both Eastern and Western Armenian interpreters?
- Yes! CIT has both Eastern and Western Armenian interpreters available for any assignment. We also provide court-certified and medically certified interpreters for legal and medical assignments.
Why should I choose CIT for my next assignment?
- When choosing an Eastern or Western Armenian interpreter for your next assignment, think CIT. We have been trusted in the Orange County area by our clients for many years. We are the #1 requested interpreting agency for Armenian interpreters in the nation as a result of referrals.
Will my Armenian interpreter be affordable?
- Yes! CIT has been proven to have the nation’s most cost-effective and affordable rates for Armenian interpreters. We guarantee to beat our competitor’s rates as well!