FRENCH TRANSLATION SERVICES

All types of French

One of the most common languages that our agency translates into and from is French. Of course, the majority of these translations are into French for France, but we also employ Belgian and Canadian French translators. We work exclusively with native speakers of the target language in order to ensure that they will use the correct grammar and terminology for a professional result.

Fast translations into and from French

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We have an extensive network of professional French translators, with specialists in each subject. Most of the French translations in the UK are into or from English, although we also arrange translations into practically any other language combination.

To request a free quote, please call us for more information or send us your text by email. A project manager will review the document and send you a quotation as soon as possible. Please specify the desired delivery time for your translation and indicate whether the text is intended for a Belgian, Canadian, or French target audience.

Specialised translators for different subjects

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Each of our translators specialises in a different subject, so they are familiar with the specific terminology being used in that area. Legal documents are only translated by legal specialists, IT documents by people with a background in computers, marketing texts by translators with a flowing writing style, and so forth. We also have medical specialists, financial translators, scientific translators, and many more. On top of that, we can provide you with simple certified translations that will serve as legal documents in the UK or abroad.

ABOUT THE FRENCH LANGUAGE

French is one of the languages that are derived from Latin. These languages are collectively referred to as the Romance languages. French also became an important language in Africa as a result of the colonisation of large parts of Africa by France, particularly in the nineteenth century. French has been the language of the European elite for a long time. During this time, many French words have also been taken up by the English language. It is one of the six official languages of the United Nations and one of the 21 official European Union languages.

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