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- Professional French translators are at your disposal with just one click
- Online French Translator Network
- What makes our French translators special
- The French language: the mother tongue of our translators
- Put our French translators to the test for free.
Professional French translators are at your disposal with just one click
French Translators – Assign Translators online at a reasonable price – Translation agency French – Specialized translators and certified translators.
French online translator network
Translations into French can be so extensive or so urgent that they require the work of several translators. London Translate works with an extensive network of French translators, all of whom are native speakers and only translate into French. Depending on the project size and deadline, we can put together a team of up to ten translators for a single project. Thanks to modern translation technologies, our translation agency uses the same terminology to ensure a high-quality translation, even if it is time-critical. It allows us to handle even larger projects within very short deadlines.
What makes our French translators special
We believe that differentiation creates that little added value that often makes the difference. What advantages do we offer?
- Transcreative translations into French
- Interdisciplinary translations into French
- A budget adapted to your project
- A team of 20 translators with more than 15 years of experience offers an additional quality assurance: the opportunity to share creativity and skills.
The French language: the mother tongue of our translators
French is an official language in 29 countries, and therefore second only to English. These 29 countries are, in alphabetical order: Belgium, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Canada, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, France, Gabon, Guinea, Haiti, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Mali, Monaco, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Switzerland, Togo and Vanuatu.
French is also widely spoken in some other countries such as Algeria, Mauritania, Morocco, Mauritania and Tunisia, although it does not have official language status. It is also one of the three official working languages of the European Union and the only one used in the deliberations of the Court of Justice of the EU. Finally, it is one of the recognized working languages of the United Nations. In short, the French language still occupies an important place in the world.
Put our French translators to the test for free
We offer a free test translation of about 200 words so you can judge the results for yourself.
We are happy to help you with your translations.
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