Aug 22 2020

Translation into French in Switzerland

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A lot is translated into French in the Swiss. Firstly, because in certain parts of Switzerland, Romandy, they speak French and secondly because France is a neighboring country. In the first case it is translated into Swiss French and in the second case into French French. You can also order professional translations into French, which are made with the help of artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence is of great help to a professional translator. It is additionally important for quality translations that the translator is a native French speaker.

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Nov 14 2014

Translator for the french language

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A work of a translator is a very responsible one, because there are many people who are depending on the correct translation of a text and if the translation is not precisely or even wrong, the consequences can be very bad for the client. As of this reason, the translator has to keep up with the development of the foreign language, from which he or she is translating, but also know about the happening in the country of this language, because common knowledge is often needed for a good tranaltion work. If you are a translator, who translates from French, then the Alliance Française, an international organization that aims to promote French language and culture around the world, is a good choice for you. This way you can take part on different activities that promote the French language in your country and receive the news about what is happening in France.

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Mar 25 2013

Professional French translation services

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Every larger company will probably sooner or later encounter the need to expand their business or services into France, as it is the world’s fifth-largest and Europe’s second largest economy by nominal GDP. Furthermore, France is also the wealthiest nation in Europe and the fourth-wealthiest in the world. Whether you require a translation of your website, brochures or business documents, it will definitely need to be performed by a professional (preferably native-speaking) French translator. It is vital that your translator understands your technical jargon and is able to find the equivalent words in their mother tongue. Even in countries where English is widely spoken, the majority of customers prefer websites and other documentation in their own language.

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Mar 25 2013

Dialects and variations of French

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Aside from France French is spoken in different countries and regions all around the world. In France the generally used variety is Metropolitan French which is used in Paris and considered standard, although regional dialects or varieties such as Meridional French are also widely used. Other versions of the French language in Europe are Belgian, Swiss and Aostan French in Italy. French is also an official language in Canada (together with English). The two main dialects in Canada are Quebec French and Acadian French. A variety of French is also spoken in different parts of Africa and Asia. Different dialects make translations very difficult and may require the specific knowledge of a native speaker. When translating French the translator must always bear the target audience in mind and therefore make sure that the translation is culturally appropriate.

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Mar 25 2013

Problems with French translation

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Together with English French is one of the world’s most influential and important languages. It is used as an official language in many international organisations, for instance, in all of the United Nations agencies. In the European Union 129 million people claim to be able to speak French, of whom 72 million are native speakers and 69 million are second-language or foreign language speakers. From the linguistic point of view French is a very complicated and difficult language. It is very descriptive and idiomatic, what makes translations very demanding. When translating French, it is very important to also capture the style, register and cultural meaning of the original text.

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Mar 25 2013

Hello world!

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Welcome to Translation translators Blogs. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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