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Translate French to English

Our French to English Translation Tool is powered by a Translator API. You can start typing on the left-hand text area and then click on the "Translate" button. Our website then translates your French word, phrase, or sentence into English.

The translation only takes a few seconds. Although this translation may not be 100% accurate, you can get a basic idea and with few modifications, it can be pretty accurate. This translation software is evolving day by day and API Engineers are working on it to make French to English translation more intelligent and accurate. Hopefully, one day it will produce near to perfect translation!

French language is widely spoken. More than 276 million people around the world speak this language. For those French Speaker whose English is not strong, translating French to English could be quite difficult. Many websites provide services to translate English for money.

Features of French to English Translator

Our machine translation system offers highly accurate translations, very quickly, and at no cost to users.

  • French sentence are translated into English. For example,"The origin of universe is a mystery". will be translated into L'origine de l'univers est un mystère

  • Use the translator tool as French to English dictionary. For example: mystery meaning in French will be mystère and history meaning in French will be histoire.

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  • Translated text is provided in Unicode English fonts. Easily copy and paste it anywhere on the web or other applications.

  • Pronunciation of Translate text and original text in different voice.

  • History of French Language

    The French language is a global language with around 77 million native French speakers, and 300 million when counting second language speakers. Learning French is also popular among global populations, so the number of French language speakers continues to grow. With French-speaking people found on five continents and in many countries, it is easy to understand why French is such a popular choice among learners. Some of the most popular French-speaking countries are France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Canada, the United States, Italy, and Switzerland. There are also many French speakers in Africa and the Caribbean. In fact, the French language is the official language of 29 countries, including those listed above. It is also the official language of 36 international organisations, including the United Nations, European Union, NATO, and World Trade Organisation. Given these statistics, it is no surprise that the French language is the 5th most spoken language in the world, the 2nd most spoken language in Europe, and the only language aside from English that is spoken on all five continents. However, the reasons why French holds such a prominent position in the modern world remain a mystery to many.

    Latin was historically used for all literature and official documents throughout Europe. The French language descended from Latin, just like the other Romance languages. It first appeared in writing in 842 AD when used in the Strasbourg Oaths and appeared in religious writings in the 10th and 11th centuries. However, French literature didn’t take off until the late 12th century. This initial version of the language is known as Old French.

    France had several influential leaders ruling the country in the 17th century and held significant influence over other European nations. The French language became the lingua franca of international relations. People also started speaking French in several African countries and Canada because of French colonisation during this period. French began making its way across the globe!

    History of English Language

    English is originated as the west germanic language which has its original speakers in early medieval England. English has the highest number of speakers across the globe. English is the third-highest number of native speaker after standard Chinese and Spanish. From the Perspective of Non-Native speakers, it has the highest number of speakers across the world. The reason for its such a wide level mass reach is colonisation during colonisation English reach every continent. Because English was Britain's native language and Britain had the highest number of countries colonised under it so that in due time it became the language of international reputation.

    Another reason for the English language's popularity which is more of a modern phenomenon almost back to 1760 when the industrial revolution occurred in Great Britain which made great strides in production on a large scale and other academic fields such as science which saw the great light of dawn. The chief reason for the English language's popularity lies in the industrial revolution and subsequent development such as colonisation and cutting edge advances in trades. But in modern times such as ours, English has certain advances for learners chief one of them having colossal literature available in all streams of learning such as natural science, social science, liberal arts, fiction and lot more. This is the reason why people who are non-natives to English are making such a stupendous effort in learning the English language albeit being one of the tricky languages to learn.

    Commonly Used French Phrases

    In French In English
    Bonjour! Good morning
    Bienvenue Welcome
    Parlez-vous anglais? Do you speak English?
    Je ne parle pas français. I do not speak French
    À tout à l’heure! See you later!
    Parlez lentement, s’il vous plaît/td> Speak Slowly, please
    Je ne comprends pas I do not understand

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