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Bambara Translator & Interpreter Services

To meet the needs of a larger audience, one must communicate with them first. As such, CIT brings you some of the most talented linguists in the industry to accurately represent your ideas. No matter the setting, we work with you to ensure that listeners and readers receive your information with clarity. Between marketing projects, business negotiations, and various forms of documentation, our experience in this field allows us to serve you best. In addition, CIT linguists use the most advanced tools in the industry to better adapt your communications to the specifics of different language groups. Working with languages like Bambara poses a challenge to the average interpreter or translator, so reach out to us to work with the best.

The Bambara Language

As many as six million Malians speak Bambara, also called Bamanakan. In places like Ghana, Senegal, and all over the Ivory Coast, populations speak it as well. In the same thread, it represents one of the most popular languages in the area, as fewer people speak similar languages, like Dioula. The different dialects include Somono, Segou, San, Beledugu, Ganadugu, Wasulu, and Sikasso. Being able to tell the difference between the dialects will often tell you whether you are working with a skilled Bambara translator or interpreter and an amateur. As the French began to occupy Mali, the people developed a written part of the Manding language.

The majority of literature associated with it exists in oral form; however, its speakers continue to write it down. Specific members of these communities, called the Griot, function as storytellers, singers, and historians. This way, they pass on the ancient stories of their people. The written language uses Latin script along with some additional elements. It was developed less than 100 years ago.

Bambara Grammar

The language uses a subject-object-verb format and does not inflect for gender. Despite its simplicities, many say that it will develop into a very complex language. By adding a -ce, -ke, or -muso suffix to a particular noun, one can change the gender of the word. In the spoken language, French words play a very large part.

Hire a Bambara Interpreter or Translator

Need a Bambara interpreter or Azerbaijani translator? CIT is here to help! We’ll draw on our network of thousands of certified, mother-tongue linguists to provide you with a Bambara interpreter or translator when and where you need them. To learn more, schedule a Bambara interpreting assignment, or request a Bambara translation, call us at 888-737-9009 or email us at info@calinterpreting.com.

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