FROM AND TO FRENCH TRANSLATION & INTERPRETING
If you are looking for a ‘translate to French’ or 'translate from French' service, then you’ve landed in just the right place.
Bloomberg ranked French the third most useful language for business. It has a long history as an international language of commerce, diplomacy, literature and scientific studies and is an official language of NATO, the European Union, the WTO and the International Olympic Committee.
From very fast, low-cost information-only translations through to perfectly localised marketing and advertising copy, Prestige Network have proven since 1991 that they really are the perfect language services provider.
What do we translate into FRENCH?
Our business is geared to helping your business achieve greater efficiency, with a range of professional language services available when you need them.
‘Give me an example of your French translation’
We recently handled a large project for a software company based just outside Rouen who’d released a major update to their flagship product and required 12,000 words of their user guide translated from French into English and seven other languages. Not only was the project delivered successfully, but the client commented that this was the least stressful translation project they’d undertaken since their first release!
‘I need a French interpreter near me. Can you help?’
With face-to-face interpreters all over the UK and the world, there’s usually someone to interpret for you, whether at hospital, business meetings or court appearances. We also have some great telephone interpreters. For example, we were able to provide two expert French interpreters for a two-day conference taking place in Paris at very short notice – the previous provider had unfortunately cancelled. After the event, the client credited both the professionalism and stamina of our interpreters. We also regularly provide French interpreters to the NHS and the Department for Work and Pensions.
‘What if I need a particular French dialect?’
There are several major dialects of French spoken worldwide, most notably Canadian French, descended from Old French after settlers colonised the eastern shores. There is also a significant Francophone community in the state of Louisiana, where French has gained co-official status with English. In other former French colonies, including Vietnam and Cambodia, distinct pidgin varieties of the language have evolved.
Within Europe, there are significant differences in French spoken in Belgium, Switzerland and also northern Italy. Regional dialects within France are still strong, with the two biggest distinctions being Oïl and Occitan, from which most varieties descend.
Our French linguists are well versed in managing the differences between variants – use the link below to discuss your language requirements with us.