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PS Translation - Your provider of French translations

At PS we translate many thousands of French words throughout the year. We can provide translation both into and out of the French language as well as geographical variations of the language such as Candian French.

By only using French monther tongue translators we can provide a high quality and accurate translation combined with fluency of style.

Examples of the type of French translation services we provide include:

So whether you are looking for French document typesetting or require a French native speaker for a conference, you can be sure we have the skills to match your needs. For more information on our range of services and to find out more about our French translations contact us now.

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About French


French is a globally spoken by about 77 million people as a first language (mother tongue), by 190 million as a second language, and by about another 200 million people as an acquired foreign language, with significant speakers in 57 countries. Most native speakers of the language live in France, the rest live essentially in Canada (particularly Quebec, and to a lesser extent Ontario and New Brunswick), Belgium, (particularly Wallonia and Brussels), Switzerland, French-speaking Africa (31 countries, including Cameroon, Gabon, Côte d'Ivoire), Luxembourg, Monaco, and certain parts of the U.S. states of Louisiana and Maine.

French is an official language of all United Nations agencies and a large number of international organizations.

As a result of France's extensive colonial ambitions between the 17th and 20th centuries, French was introduced to America, Africa, Polynesia, and the Caribbean. As a result, many creole languages developed as a result of the mixture of French and native languages.