Professional French Translation

Professional Translation Services – French

Type 2 Translate gives you the support of an army of professional translators in over 80 language pairs!

Currently, we have professional, certified translators who have the abilities to translate to French. Our professional French translation services use professional translators from a variety of backgrounds and ranges of expertise; we can handle any French translation project you have for us; large or small.
Our human translators are capable of handling the following types of French translation services:

  • Translation in French.
  • French document translation.
  • French text translation.
  • French business translation.
  • French general translations.
  • French legal translations.
  • French financial translations.
  • French marketing translations.
  • French manual and manuscript translations.
  • French YouTube captioning.
  • French website translation services; French website localization.

Read more about all of our professional translation services here.

Professional French Translation

Why are Professional French Translation Services Important?

French is a global language leader and is one of the official languages of the United Nations, UNESCO, NATO, the International Red Cross and many other international organizations. France itself has the fifth largest economy in the world and was the third largest nation in the world for foreign investment in 2006. These are some of the reasons it is important to seek a professional French translation for business or personal needs.

French Language Around the World

French Language Usage Around the Globe

French is the 14th most largely spoken language in the world and the official language of 29 countries. It is also one of the official languages of Canada, the largest trade partner of the United States. According to Ethnologue, more than 75 million people in the world speak French. These are just some of the reasons professional French translation is so important in today’s global economy.

Use French as the official language

French Internet Usage and Website Translation

French Website Translation

 Why is it important to translate a website into French?

According to the December, 2013 study by Miniwatts Marketing Group, the online population of visitors browsing websites in French was nearly 80 million people and growing. As the ninth most popular language used online in the world, French is one of the most important languages to consider when seeking professional website translation services.

Top Languages of the Internet

# 7 Russian
# 8 German
#9 French
#10 Malay

French Translation Services for Business

French Business Translation

France is one of the global leaders in advanced telecommunications, commerce and culture. Out of all foreign companies conducting business with the United States, France is the third largest employer, employing approximately 550,000 Americans. With thousands of businesses that use French as the official organization language, French is one of the top languages for business. These are just a few reasons seeking professional French business translation services is so important.

French Language in the United States

French Speakers in the United States

French Speakers in the United States

 French Speakers in the United States

The importance of professional translation services to serve a French-speaking audience…

Did you know that French is the fifth most commonly spoken language other than English in the United States? American history saw the influx of Francophone communities during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries during the height of European immigration. French was one of the most widely proliferated languages during the imperial age. After the language spread to other countries such as the United States, more recent immigration from these countries to the United States equates to many modern American French-speakers who can trace their recent origins to countries like many African nations, Haiti, Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire, and other nations around the world with a dominant French linguistic characteristic.