English to Thai Translation Services

If you are looking for high quality translation services from English to Thai or vice versa, GTE Localize can help you with our specific strengths and years of experiences in a wide range of expertise regarding Thai translation services.

 

 

THAI TRANSLATION SERVICES


We offer three service levels:

 

Translation Only

  1. Render a text in particular language into another.

Translation + Editing

  1. Render a text in particular language into another.
  2. Review what was done in previous step by the second linguist.

Translation + Editing + Proofreading

  1. Render a text in particular language into another.
  2. Review what was done in previous step by the second linguist.
  3. Ensure error-free and smooth reading text by the third linguist.

Translation solutions


 

Document

Website

Game

Technical

Book

GTE’s Linguist profile:


Native Thai translators and editors.

Have Bachelor Degree in the English language studies such as Maejo UniversityKasetsart UniversitySilpakorn University, etc.

Minimum 5 years of professional translation experience for international brand names such as DuPont, GE Healthcare, Amway, Aetna International, Toyota, etc…

Have been familiar with various document types and technical terms in a given industry expertise.

 

Some of our experience

 

ENGLISH TO THAI TRANSLATION SAMPLES


Website translation for an IT company on Trados Studio

 

INDUSTRIES WE WORK WITH ENGLISH TO Thai

 

 

About Thai language


  • Thai is spoken as an official language in Thailand, by approximately 60 million people worldwide.
  • It is classified into 4 main dialect group: northern, northeastern, southern and central. Central Thai is the most commonly used, as well as the official dialect of government and the media.
  • Thai is a tonal language, similar to Lao, Vietnamese and Chinese.

 

Linguistic features


  • Type of writing system: syllabic alphabet 
  • In the Thai writing system, there are no spaces between words. However, spaces are used to indicate where a sentence or clause ends and another begin
  • When translating from English into Thai, the volume of the text expands by an average of 15 percent due to the complexity of its characters
  • There are five tones in Thai, low, middle, high, falling, and rising. To represent these tones, there are four tone marks in Thai, with the unmarked letter denoting the fifth tones. It is best illustrated in the following grid.

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