How many languages can you recognize? 20 new phone interpreting languages!
Auracom has added 20 new languages to our phone interpreting service. Here are just a few with a little bit of background info.
Rohingya, spoken in Myanmar
Jarai, spoken in Vietnam and Cambodia
Soninke, spoken in several West African countries
Wolof, spoken in Senegal, Gambia and Mauritania
Mandinka, spoken in several West African countries
Edo is one of the many languages spoken in Nigeria. There are 521 languages that have been spoken in Nigeria (nine of which are now extinct).
Hokkien is spoken throughout Southeast Asia. Hokkien originated in the southern region of Fujian province, an important area for trade and migration, and has since become one of the most common Chinese varieties overseas.
Carolinian is spoken in the Northern Mariana Islands. A 2008 census estimated the number of speakers at about 5,700. Carolinian is known as Refaluwasch (people of our islands) by native speakers.
Harar is spoken in Ethiopia. Harar is an Eastern Oromo dialect spoken in the Harar region of Ethiopia and should not be confused with Harari as it is completely different.