French translation

The French-English translation specialist

As an international translation service provider our agency can supply you with first-class translations at excellent prices. We can find you a French – English or English – French translator or interpreter whatever your subject area may be.

If you would like to place an order for a French or English translator then we ask you to provide us with following details:

      • Source and target language
      • Length of text or the text in a marketable format
      • Order and requested date of delivery
      • Desired final file format and aims and objectives of the text

      A native translator for your french translation

      Our translation agency is an internationally established translation agency with a world-wide network of translators and interpreters. We have had more than 10 years experience dealing with French – English and English – French translations and understand the importance of translating into the respective native language.

      This is why we exclusively work with French and English translators and interpreters who work into their mother tongue. While is it possible to translate into your second language, our many years experience have taught us that these translations can never reach the same standard as one carried out by a native speaker of the target language.

      A translation into French or English must not only be linguistically correct but must also take the cultural aspects of the French or English market into account. Mistakes in the translations of instruction manuals or brochures can seriously damage your company’s image and evenually lead to financial loss.

      Please do not hesitate to get in contact with us for your quote without obligation. We offer cost-efficient prices which obviously vary depending on the length and complexity of the text.

      About the french language

      French is a universal language; it is spoken in every continent in the world and is the official language of many international organisations i.e. the United Nations and the EU. Today it is spoken by around 77 million people as their first language. The language belongs to the Romanic group of languages and is spoken in Belguim, Canada, Africa, and Switzerland to name but a few. Due to this international distribution of the language it has are many country-specific characteristics and these must be taken into consideration when translating.

      French is an Indogermanic language which is said to have 2 variations: one spoken in the North of France and Belgium and one spoken in the South of France.

      Need a translation ?

      Our translation agency provides quality translations in a short time thanks to its network of professional translators.