French Translation Service | French Interpreters | French Transcription service in London, UK

French Translation Service, French Interpreters and Transcription for legal, medical, corporate and private matters in UK

 

Language Interpreters is a highly professional agency that provides French translation service, interpreters and transcription for over 100 languages both in and out of London (within the UK). We offer services at affordable, competitive rates that adhere to Legal Aid guidelines.

 

French Interpreters

We have a list of handpicked French interpreters who are committed, qualified and gifted. They are authorized with at least one interpretation capabilities that grants them to offer types of assistance at Courts, Tribunals, Offices of Law Firms, GP Practices, Councils, Hospitals, Detention centres, Prisons etc. These freelance linguists are in high demand since they can handle a wide range of dialects and language combinations for our three services on short notice.

 

Interpretation

Telephone interpretations - Over the phone interpreting 

Video Translations - Video conferencing or virtual interpretations 

Onsite Interpretation - On time consecutive interpretation and face to face interpreting 

 

French translation service 

We have collection of freelance French translation service providers who are proficient, skilled, and experienced in providing translation service for documents and other requirements of all kinds of industries. They are skilled and certified to assist you, as per the Legal Aid Agency requirements. The certified French translations from French into English or English into French are signed, stamped, and certified for every official purpose.

 

Few of our French translation services:

Legal translations- We provide legal translation services for a variety of documents, including legal documents, witness statements, public service-related topics, mental health assessments, and medical reports.

Personal translations- We provide personal translation services for IDs, passports, birth, death, divorce, and marriage certificates, education, and professional certifications, as well as immigration, asylum, childcare, family, crime, housing, and civil affairs.  

Technical translations- Technical translation for reports, contracts, leaflets, books, documents and more.

 

French transcription services

We also provide French transcription services for videos, audios, CDs, YouTube links and more.

 

French language, origin and dialects spoken over the world 

 

Origin and History

The Indo-European family's French is a Romance language. Gallo-Romance, the Latin spoken in Gaul, particularly Northern Gaul, is descended from French. It, like all Romance languages, is descended from the Roman Empire's Vulgar Latin. Local Celtic languages of Northern Roman Gaul, such as Gallia Belgica, and the Frankish language of the post-Roman Frankish invaders influenced French. The other languages historically spoken in northern France and southern Belgium, which were mostly superseded by French, are their nearest relatives.  

 

Dialects

There are currently as many as 28 separate accents or dialects for the wonderfully various sections of France. For someone who isn't fluent in French, hearing all of the intricacies between how words are pronounced and how the language is utilised can be intimidating, yet they exist. It's not simply the grammar; diverse locations employ a variety of common terms and phrases. Because the accents make it difficult for a learner to hear and understand what is being said, having a thorough understanding of the country's numerous French dialects can be incredibly beneficial, especially if you are going from one section of France to another. The majority of Francophones in France speak Metropolitan French (which is the dominant dialect spoken in Paris), although others still speak regional dialects or variations such as Meridional French. Belgium's French, Switzerland's French, and Italy's Aostan's.

 

Countries spoken

French is present in Europe outside France. Other than English, French is an official language in Canada; the 2 major dialects of French in Canada are Quebec and Acadian French. But there is also another dialect commonly referred to as Canadian French. This is used as a second language by Anglophones speaking French or Francophones in Canada who speak another dialect. French was an official language in Lebanon until 1941, and the prevalent variety is Lebanese French, often known as Levantine French.

 

Contact for French interpreters, transcription and translation service for legal, medical, corporate and private matters

If you are in search for the best French translation, interpreters and transcription service in UK then you are at the right place. 

 

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Get in touch with us today

To find out more about our services, or to request for a quote / book an interpreter, complete our online quotation / booking form, or email us your query at info@language- interpreters.com. You can also contact our team on 0208 123 5556 who will be very happy to assist with your translation and interpreting requirements.