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Strengthened by a presence in Africa, we have been providing localisation and translation solutions in African languages to companies and organisations worldwide who need local expertise.
We pride ourselves on our comprehensive service; everything we do is tailored to your specific requirements and focused on your objectives. Whatever your language requirements, whether Ewe or not, we have the experience, knowledge and insight to become your quality language service provider.
We have all the technical Ewe knowledge you would expect from a top-drawer agency. We deal with all levels of translation, from legal to financial to oil & gas and everything in between. Websites, manuals, advertisements and contracts are but a few of the formats we regularly deal with. Even if you need typesetting, we can take care of this for you.
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To find out how we can help you, please contact one of the team who can discuss your project in more detail.
When translating Ewe, one of our professional translators will always be assigned to your job.
The translator is assigned according to their suitability for your assignment whether it be the country they are based in, their language pairs, specialist knowledge or sector know-how.
All our translators are first and foremost tested to ensure quality in their translation work. Our team is therefore made up of the top Ewe linguists. They work across a number of different languages, bring certain industry experience and of course technical expertise in dealing with areas like online marketing, copywriting, software, etc.
When you use African Language Solutions, rest assured you will only ever get the best. This applies to our linguists, our Project Management team, our processes and of course our translations.
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- Alternate names & spellings: Ebwe Efe, Eibe, Eue, Eve, Gbe, Krepe, Popo and Vhe.
- Language ISO code: ewe
- Number of speakers: over 3 million people
- Writing system: the combination of the Latin script with the International Phonetic Alphabet
- Spoken in: Ghana and Togo
The Ewe language belongs to the Niger-Congo language family and is member of the Atlantic-Congo branch. It is spoken in southeast Ghana and in southern Togo. It is also part of the Gbe languages group, group that also includes Fon (Benin and Nigeria), Gen (Togo and Benin) and other Gbe varieties.
It is believed that the homeland of Gbe speakers was Ketu.
In Ghana the language is spoken by more than 2 million people as a first language and by half million as a second language.
It is used in a daily basis mainly in the rural and more traditional areas as well as in primary and secondary schools and it is also used by the media. However, the national language of the country is English.
In Togo the language is spoken by around 800, 000 people, being the predominant language in the south part of the country. In this area, it is also taught in schools and used by the media. In addition, in the area of Central Togo, the language is used as lingua franca. The official language of the country is French.
Most of its dialects differentiate themselves in the phonology; nevertheless, the most three important are mutually intelligible.
- Western dialects: Aŋlo
- Central dialects: Watyi, Adya and Gẽ
- Eastern dialects: Maxi and Fõ