WORDtrans French Translation Service is extremely busy!
In the past twelve months, WORDtrans translated more than 1,200,000 words from English and French, emphasising how popular our French Translation Service is.
WORDtrans offers a fast, efficient, proffesional and high quality language translation service to and from French to all other language variations. Our French Translations are carried out by native French translators who specialise in a wide range of areas, including business, marketing, technical, legal, medical/pharmaceutical and financial. Whatever your translation needs, WORDtrans French translation service can handle all types of documentation translation, including legal contracts, websites, manuals, advertising and many more.
WORDtrans’ French translators undergo a rigorous selection process that requires both a professional qualification in linguistics and in their field of speciality. For example, whether it is English to French or French to English, French to Spanish and vice versa, French to Chinese or Chinese to French, or indeed to Québécois, our French translation experts’ extensive professional experience can be depended upon to meet your deadlines and commitments.
WORDtrans has the edge and experience when translating to and from French to all other language variations:
Throughout the world today, there are over 180 million French speakers, including 65 million French people. French is an official language in 29 countries, most of which form what is called la francophonie, a community of French-speaking countries. These countries expand far beyondFrance’s remaining overseas territories (French Guiana, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St.-Pierre andMiquelon,New Caledonia,Vanuatu,Tahiti,Seychelles,Mauritius, andRéunionIsland) and includeBelgium,Canada, several countries in Africa,Switzerland,Haiti and theFrench West Indies.France itself also has a number of regional languages, among which are Breton, Basque and Alsatian.
Francehas a proactive policy to consolidate the status of French as an official working language in all the major international organisations. This has resulted in French being one of the six official languages of the United Nations and an official language of the European Union, UNESCO and NATO, and of various other international bodies, such as the International Red Cross. This, along with its reputation for great cuisine, high fashion and cinema, which have all contributed to the successful dissemination of French culture throughout the world, goes some way to explaining why France is the world’s number-one tourist destination, attracting more than 70 million visitors a year.
Languages are moving targets and French is no exception. Historically, the French language has proved eminently adaptable, whether to the Creole spoken by Afro-Haitians or to Québécois, spoken primarily in the CanadianprovinceofQuebec. From a translation point of view, it is the world of science and technology that is the source of many of the newest French words and phrases, and WORDtrans’ French translators can be guaranteed upon to stay abreast of the latest changes to language nuances and usage.
France is the world’s fifth biggest economy and a major player in various industries, including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, electronics and energy. WORDtrans has specialist translators in all these sectors and more, so why not request a quote from WORDtrans – the translation specialists – today.
France: 65 million Capital: Paris, 2.2 million
The most popular visitor attraction in Paris isn’t the Eiffel Tower (5.5 million), or the Louvre (5 million), but Disneyland Paris with 13 million visitors a year.
The French are famous for French fries and croissants but these were actually first created in Belgium and Austria.
The country of France is the third largest European land mass after Russia and the Ukraine.