Our professional linguists include native Quechua speakers who are experienced in the nuances of the language and the requirements of effective translation and interpreting.
The term “Quechua” refers to the former Inca Empire in South America, and the principal languages currently spoken in the the central Andes.
Though Quechuan is still spoken by large groups of South American Indians, the number of speakers is in decline due to Spanish being the official language of both education and government.
Quechua Translation and Interpreting
Spanish (Latin America)
Quechua Quick Facts
Alternate Names & Spellings: Quechua Qollaw, Quechua Collao
Language Family: Quechuan, Quechua II, C
Spoken by Approximately 500,000 people
Also Spoken In: United States