French Translation Services
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Language Connections offers professional French translation services with the help of our translation team of experts in French. We translate from English to French and from French to English language to satisfy all of your translation needs. What makes Language Connections unique is our team of expert translators who are also experts in other specific industries. We specialize in French medical translation, French legal translation, French business translation, French technical translation, and others. We can successfully translate your French industry specific documents with complete accuracy.
We also offer French interpreting services along with our extensive translation services. Our French interpreters can aid in your business meetings, medical clinical trials, or legal proceedings. Our expert interpreters are more than willing to work around your needs and wishes when it comes to French interpreting.
Language Connections’ French services don’t end there. We also provide: localization, website and other informative material translation, voiceovers, and many more. No matter what your French translation needs are, Language Connections can achieve them for you. Feel free to contact us or request a free quote on your French project.
French Language and Translation
French is the official language in France along with in 30 other countries. It is the first language of most people from France, part of Switzerland, Monaco, part of Belgium, and Quebec, while it is a strong contender for the second language of most of Africa. For over three centuries after the Middle Ages, French was the language of international diplomacy and of the international upper class. It still remains one of the official languages of the United Nations.
With the colonization by both France and Belgium during the 18th and 20th centuries, French spread to all regions of the world, most prominently in the Americas, Africa, South-East Asia, and the Caribbean. In the United States even, it remains a secondary language in parts of Louisiana and New England.
Fun Facts about French Translation
Did you know, that French was not the only language of France in the Middle Ages?
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