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Language Resources:
Here you will find information on our 18 most requested language translation combinations:

 

English to French translation
French to English translation
English to Arabic translation
Arabic to English translation
English to Chinese translation
Chinese to English translation
English to Spanish translation
Spanish to English translation
English to Italian translation
Italian to English translation
English to German translation
German to English translation
English to Indonesian translation
Indonesian to English translation
English to Vietnamese translation
Vietnamese to English translation
English to Greek translation
Greek to English translation
English to Korean translation
Korean to English translation
English to Thai Translation
Thai to English translation
English to Japanese translation
Japanese to English translation
English to Latin translation
Latin to English translation

English to Croatian translation

Croatian to English translation

English to Dari translation

Dari to English translation

English to Farsi translation

Farsi to English translation

English to Sinhalese translation

Farsi to English translation

English to Afrikaans translation

Afrikaans to English translation

 

To view the other languages that we work with, please view our languages page. Or view our rare languages page


 


French translation service

 

We translate over 80 language combinations, including French to English and English to French. In fact, English to French translations are among our top 14 requested language services. Our French translation service is engaged by Government agencies, businesses and individuals across Australia and worldwide.

 

French is spoken by an estimated 200 million people around the world, residing in Europe, Asia, Africa, the USA, the Pacific territories and the Middle East. Consequently, there are many variations of the French dialect, including Lebanese French, Quebec French and Belgian French. When conducting an English to French translation, it is therefore important for us to know the geographical location of your target audience. There can be colloquial grammar and vocabulary variations in both spoken and written French, as is the case between European French and Quebec French, for example. As the majority of French translations are destined for Europe, however, they are conducted in “Standard” or “Neutral” French.

 

We have at your disposal a team of highly qualified, experienced and specialised French translators. We offer a comprehensive French translation service, covering a variety of specialist fields, including scientific, technical, legal, commercial/promotional, etc. We also offer typesetting and printing services for brochures, Power Point Presentations and other professionally produced materials.

 

Our French translators are located both in Australia and overseas. We assign projects to French translators according to key factors such as accreditation, area of expertise and the translator’s country of residence, which is particularly important for commercial/promotional translations. We ensure that a French translation will read as well or even better than the source document by carefully assigning the most appropriate translator for the project; fluency in the latest cultural and business terminology for your target audience is essential. Our French translators hold current membership of organizations associations such as AUSIT. For translations requiring certification within Australia, we utilize translators credentialed by NAATI. Furthermore, all of our French translations undergo proofreading to ensure accuracy.

 

French to English and English to French typesetting considerations

 

When translating from one language to another, the volume of text will either increase or decrease. This expansion and contraction will vary depending upon subject matter. English to French translation often results in a 20% increase in text. Accordingly, French to English translation will decrease the volume of text by approximately 20%. This is a general rule, but should be factored in when preparing copy that is to be typeset following translation. There are no other significant typesetting considerations to be made when preparing copy for translation from French to English or English to French.

 

 

For Further information on our French translation service, please call 1300 308983.

 

 

Services at a glance


» Marketing brochure translation

» Website translation services

» Technical translation services

» Legal translation services

» Scientific translation services

» Migration document translation

» Proofreading

» Consecutive interpreters

» Conference interpreting

» Simultaneous interpreters

» Multilingual document printing

» Typesetting and DTP

» Voice over services

» Audio transcription

 

 

 
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