MONGOLIAN

 

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

5.7M

NUMBER OF MONGOLIAN SPEAKERS

The country of Mongolia has used Cyrillic since 1941 as part of a successful attempt to eradicate illiteracy. In electronic communication, it is also common to use the Latin alphabet.

 

MONGOLIAN is widely spoken in two countries: 2.7 million people speak Mongolian in Mongolia, and about the same number of people use Mongolian in the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia, though the latter number is in decline due to the increasing prominence there of Mandarin Chinese.

The traditional Mongolian script that goes from left to right in vertical columns running from top to bottom is used only in Inner Mongolia. The country of Mongolia has used Cyrillic since 1941 as part of a successful attempt to eradicate illiteracy. In electronic communication, it is also common to use the Latin alphabet.

1-Stop Asia’s native Mongolian translators know which script to use and what style of Mongolian to employ. Our rigorous quality assurance procedure ensures that your translation is reviewed by a native Mongolian translator with a specific subject-matter specialty before it is proofread by a second translator. This guarantees that every detail of the document is checked, double-checked, and quality ensured.

 

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