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Polynesian NAATI Translator

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Our Polynesian NAATI translation service aims to provide simple, yet efficient translation from Polynesian into English, or vice versa. Our translators are fully certified and qualified to translate any official documents, or indeed any sort of written text, whatever its purpose.

Benefits of our Polynesian NAATI Translators

  • Quality counts: Our translators provide a high-quality service.
  • Fast turnaround: We can provide speedy delivery of your translated documents—even a same-day service if that’s what you need.
  • Competitive prices: We aim to keep our service affordable without compromising on quality.

Our translators can handle any documents you need translated, without any fuss. Just read the instructions on this website and upload whatever you need translated, without having to waste time visiting an office.

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    Five facts about the Polynesian language

    • There is no one Polynesian language, but rather it is a family of very similar languages spoken throughout the breadth of the Pacific Ocean.
    • There are around 40 separate Polynesian languages, although many are very similar to each other, and it is possible for people as widely separated as New Zealand and Tahiti to understand each other’s languages to a certain degree.
    • The most important Polynesian languages in terms of the numbers of speakers are Tahitian, Hawai’ian, Tongan, Samoan and Māori.
    • All Polynesian languages are part of a wider group of languages known as the Austronesian group which are spoken from the eastern Pacific to South-East Asia.
    • It is thought that the various Polynesian languages developed from an ancestral language in South-East Asia, and diversified as people migreated into and around the widely scattered Pacific islands.

    About us

    The Migration Translators are a leading provider of migration-related services by NAATI translators. Our team comprises not only Polynesian NAATI Translators, but professionals in most other world languages as well.

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