Top quality English to French translations
At EasyTranslate we are experts in English to French translations. We provide tailored and industry specific translations at affordable rates. With us you get access to a network of over 10.000 experienced and highly qualified translators who will make sure to adapt your material to fit your brand identity, line of business and tone of voice.
Fast & easy English to French translations
EasyTranslate is all about making the English to French translation as smooth and convenient for you as possible.
YOUR PERSONAL ASSISTANCE
English to French translation support
Get support throughout the entire translation process from our dedicated team of experts. Their expertise in linguistics and a wide range of industries allows them to find the right English to French translator for your translation project. They work closely with our translators to make sure that all your translation needs are met and that nothing is left to circumstances.
Various translation services
English to French translation services
We do all kinds of translation services, so whether your business needs regular English to French translation, certified translation, subtitling or something completely different, we have got you covered.
Industry specific translations
English to French translations for any industry
At EasyTranslate we provide English to French translations for a wide range of industries and our translators all have the needed expertise to deliver tailored translations that fit your specific line of business.
Website translation and localisation
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Localise your content and watch your business thrive. With professional content localisation, you can reach audiences in an authentic and natural way, embedding cultural norms into your communication. It’s no wonder that almost 73% of consumers prefer to shop online in their own language.
Smart translation tools
At EasyTranslate we provide state-of-the-art translation tools to make the English to French translations run smoothly and cost-efficiently. By utilising our smart tools to drive your business globally, you get consistency in the nature and quality of your language.
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Data privacy and security are paramount
Our platform protects your files and data, keeping it completely secure and confidential for you to order professional English to French translations. Our rich set of platform features helps you to comply with data protection regulations and gain increased transparency and control.
Meet our English to French translators
Our team of dedicated English to French translators are the best in their field and put their passion for language at your service. They have years of experience and know the language in all its little details and complexities. With all of them being native-speakers and having followed specific training courses, they have certifications that recognize their language level and qualify them as expert English to French translators.
From global to local
English to French localisation
As you may know, there isn’t really one single universal French language. Many words and phrases can be singular to a particular area and would be as foreign to a French-speaker from outside the region as words from Mandarin or Elvish. On the other hand, there are some words that can be used in all regions but which have totally different meanings depending on which region you’re in.
Localisation goes beyond the mere translation of content. It’s about understanding the culture behind the specific language to make it look and sound more native to your target audience. So, if you’re planning on expanding your business to the French market, it’s important to employ the right language. You want the language to sound as natural as possible to the locals, but you also want to avoid mistakenly offending anyone. Therefore, only qualified and experienced English-French translators can deliver the right and appropriate content when translating from English to French.
SIMILARITIES & DIFFERENCES
English-French language history
Separated by only a thin line of water in Western Europe, called the “English Channel”, the history shared between Great Britain and France has always been closely related and complicated at the same time.
Originally, French and English don’t share the same roots as French is a Romance language and English is a Germanic language. However, due to the invasion by the Normans in 1066 the English language has been greatly influenced and detains since then a lot of words from the French. The language of the aristocracy was French for several hundred years and many French words were adopted into the English language as a result. About one third of the English language derives from or through various forms of French.
In the table on the right, you see some examples.
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A gateway to the African market
Surprisingly, France is not the country with the most French speakers. The African continent withholds 50% of native French speakers in the world. Kinshasa, the capital city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is the world’s second largest French speaking city after Paris. In fact, Africa is the continent where the number of French speakers is growing the most.
Due to the population growth in Africa, the total number of French speakers could rise to as much as 700 millions by 2050, according to demographers. It’s only fair to say that, by translating from English to French you will be able to expand your business immensely and reach a broad and global audience.
5 Fun facts about France
It is always good to have some random interesting facts up your sleeve - particularly if they are about the market you are looking to reach! So, here are some fun facts about France that you might not already know that could come in handy, if not just for your next Trivia game!
- More than half of the world's roundabouts are located in France. In fact, there are more than 30.000 roundabouts in France
- France is the most popular tourist destination in the world. More than 80 million tourists travel to France every year
- The first french king, Louis XiX was the shortest reigning monarch in history. He had abdicated within 20 minutes
- The french army was the first in the world to use camouflage at war. This first came about during the First World War, when they decided to camouflage their vehicles, weapons and uniforms
- The french eat more than 30.000 tons of snails every year. In average, 500 snails are eaten per person per year
English to French translation costs
When calculating translation prices and rates, we always look into each case individually. Complexity, volume, time frame, translation tools used, file type and other more specific needs all come into consideration for us to offer you top quality service at the best price. Of course, the language combination is also taken into account. English to French is a relatively common language combination, and therefore tends to be more affordable than some rarely requested combinations with fewer available translators. All projects are assigned to professional translators that are experts within the concerned fields, and they make sure to do the necessary research to understand the purpose, target audience, context and tone of voice of the original texts, so that these key elements come across in the final outcome. Price can also depend on the location of your audience, be it France, Quebec or Belgium, for instance.
Links between the English and French markets
There are many links between the English and French languages. French is the main foreign language taught in Britain and is popular in most English speaking countries. In North America alone, there are eight million Francophones. French is the fourth native language in the United States. In fact, French is the mother tongue of 1.6 million Americans, and there are over 6 million Americans that speak French as a second language. Canada also has strong ties with the French language, with approximately 7.2 million Canadians having French as their mother tongue. This mostly concerns people living in Quebec, where French is the official language.