The barbarian pirates were Berbers


Understand the Berber language and provide professional Berber interpreters, translators and transcriptionists

American Language Services (AML-Global) knows the importance of working in the Berber language. American Language Services has worked with the Berber language and hundreds of others from around the world for over a quarter of a century. We provide comprehensive language services around the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by providing Berber interpreting, translation and transcription services, as well as hundreds of other languages ​​and dialects. Our linguists are native speakers and writers who are vetted, certified, certified, field tested and experienced in a range of specific industry settings. The Berber language is unique and has very specific origins and characteristics.

Berbers in Morocco and Algeria

Berber is spoken in Morocco and Algeria and is a language spoken in northwestern Africa. The area of ​​what is now Morocco has been inhabited since the Neolithic Age (at least 8000 BC, as evidenced by signs of the Caspian culture), a time when the Maghreb was less arid than it is today. Many theorists believe that the Amazigh, commonly referred to as Berbers or because of their regional ethnic identity (e.g. Chleuh), likely arrived in the region around the same time as agriculture began. Berber is also spoken in the largest country in the Mediterranean, Algeria. This country has a long history of conquest, conquest, barbarian pirates, French colonization and finally independence. Morocco and Algeria have a lot to offer in terms of entertainment and culture. Morocco is an ethnically diverse country with a rich culture and civilization. Painting and sculpture, pop music, amateur theater and filmmaking have flourished since independence. Likewise, Algeria has a deep history of famous writers and the arts. Algerian culture has been heavily influenced by Islam, the main religion.

The dialects of the Berber

There are a few different dialects related to Berber, Riffan which is mainly spoken in Morocco, Kabyle which is spoken in Algeria, and Chelha which is spoken in Tunisia. The Berber identity is currently linked to the language: many of the North Africans who call themselves Arabs are Berbers rather than Arabs. Berber languages ​​have influenced the Arabic dialects of Maghrib such as Morocco Arabic or Maltese as a substrate. They also influenced the Iberian Romance languages ​​due to Muslim rule on the Iberian Peninsula in the Middle Ages. Their influence can also be seen in some languages ​​in sub-Saharan Africa.

The Berber Alphabet through time

The Berber Latin alphabet is the version of the Latin alphabet used to write Northern Berber languages. It uses 23 letters, 7 modified letters, and borrows 2 letters from the Greek alphabet. The old Berber script disappeared after the 3rd century AD and was replaced by the Roman alphabet and later by the Arabic alphabet with a strong influence of Greek letters.

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The Berber language is an important language worldwide. It is important to understand the general nature and specific characteristics of Berbers. AML-Global has provided outstanding Berber interpreters, translators and transcriptionists worldwide since 1985.