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Marie Anne Jacquet

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Montélimar, France

Air trafic controller Youtube video


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Jean Jemo

New York, New York

3 translations samples

What is the Paris Convention? (An explanation about Patent Law) G-8 summit article Double bass pickups (a technical explanation about transducers)

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Jessica Malka

Montreal, Quebec

Translation - Technology Field

Small sample of a larger text with IT information

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Geneviève Beauchemin

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Montréal, Quebec


Translation of a short story from Julie Paul that was made for a magazine in 2019.

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Alain Frenette

Quebec, Quebec

DSH Series Infrared Heater

I had to translate and record the voice for the description of the Dimplex DSH heater.

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Elsa Perusin

Toulouse, France

Your add in a good, natural, french

I studded advertising in an international business school, in France, ESC Toulouse

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Sauveur Dominguez

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As french engineer in development, working in an big company around the world, I usually speak english and translate simple & technical texts. For french themselves, belgian, indian, german, and american people. I've experienced it during five years. Able to translate French ↔ English.

English to French General + 2 More
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Assma Ganfar

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Marrakech, Morocco

vacation of French language

English to French translation and communication and announcer & presenter

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Zoe Borge-Milite

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Avignon, France

Textual translation

Here you'll see a translation of a few pages of 'World Fire: The Culture of Fire on Earth', (2015), by Stephen J. Pyne. This translation helped answer to the question as to how did the goat gain its heavy demonic connotation today: in this excerpt, Pyne explains how important the goat was to Greeks.

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Leticia Marie Harris

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English to French -- Translation homework from class

This is a homework assignment that I completed for my French translation class of Spring 2021.

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Eléa Pabois

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For context I'm french, so it is my first language. I'm currently passing my diploma with a specialization in English Language and Literature. I'm considered as a level C1 by my teachers and \"proficient\" by Kaplan (the highest level). I'm in waiting for my Cambridge English Certificate results.

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Ugochukwu Clement

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My portfolio

I am clement ,a student of international relations,and I have been able to learn five languages and also can speak them fluently..below is a short article on how to take good care of your cats in French that i did

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English and French are two of the most widely spoken languages in the world. In fact, they are both among the top five most spoken languages globally.

English is spoken by over 2 billion people worldwide. It has the status of global lingua franca, and it is the dominant language throughout what is sometimes termed the 'Anglosphere,' which includes the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and the Commonwealth Caribbean countries, such as Barbados, The Bahamas, and Jamaica. When you have a project that is produced in the English language, you are inherently capable of communicating with a vast portion of the North American and European markets, and well beyond.

There are roughly 280 million French speakers in the world. By translating your English project into the French language, you're tapping into another one of the largest, most valuable global markets. As one of the mainstay markets in the European continent, France is often viewed as the international capital of high fashion, luxury, fine wines, design focused brands, and gourmet food.

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French is the official language of France, and the first language of nearly 90% of the country's population. A member of the Romance language family, French is one of the most popular mother tongues in the European Union. However, French is also spoken in regions of Canada, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, and the United States. There are additionally a variety of French based creole languages, including Haitian Creole and Louisiana Creole. In fact, Haitians represent the largest community of people in the world who speak a modern creole language.

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Your perfect English to French translator will have the capacity to localize your message. Localization ensures that words, dialects, and cultural and social conventions are thought of when a work is translated for a particular target market. Hiring an English to French translator—a professional who comprehends in detail the specific way that your target market communicates through reading, writing, and speaking—will help you convey the emotion necessary to achieve your intended effect in everything from audiobooks to ad campaigns.

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While you can use Google Translate to translate from English to French, for a professional project you need to hire a translator. When you post an English to French Translation job on Voices, you'll have the opportunity to hire experienced translators who understand the linguistic nuances of both English and French. You'll be able to find the right freelance translator for you according to your budget and deadline.

The French language originates from Gallo Romance, a form of Latin spoken in Northern Gaul. Gaul was a region of Western Europe that encompasses present day France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and parts of Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands, and Germany.