French translation interpretation(06/04/2016) | Language list
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Information about French Translation
- French equivalents for technological achievements are being introduced by official agencies. E-mail is ‘un courrier electronique’ or officially, albeit unused, ‘un mel’ and a keyboard is ‘un clavier’.
- Like Italian and Spanish, French derives from a vulgarized form of Latin. Even today the languages share many similarities.
- French is the second most frequently taught language in the world, after English.
Some characteristics of French language
- With its many silent letters French pronunciation can differ significantly from its spelling.
- Formal / informal address:
Deference and politeness in French is expressed by the switch between formal ‘vous’ (2nd person plural) and informal ‘tu’ (2nd person singular).
- Inflection, declination and grammatical gender are important features of French grammar
- French features 5 diacritical (accent) marks: accent aigu ? (acute accent), accent grave ` (grave accent), accent circonflexe ? (circonflex), accent trema ?(dieresis or umlaut) and cedille ? (cedilla, only with letter ‘c’)
France has been one of the world’s foremost powers since the latter half of the 17th century. In the 18th and 19th centuries, France built one of the largest colonial empires of the time, stretching across West Africa and Southeast Asia, prominently influencing the cultures and politics of the regions. France is a developed country, with the sixth (nominal GDP) or eighth (PPP) largest economy in the world. It is the most visited country in the world, receiving 82 million foreign tourists annually.
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