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French (Canadian) Italian Translation
One Hour Translation is proud to offer an extremely fast translation without compromising in the quality or accuracy. Our professional native speaking team is experienced with more than 73 different languages including over 2000 language pairings. Our translations have an excellent level of accuracy and can be read as if produced by a native legal professional. We are able to offer this quality as many members of our translation team live in the specified country and speak the language natively. Even if you require a translation of technical or legal documents such as tax paperwork or certificates, we can deliver a rapid translation. We guarantee out translations will be of the highest quality, delivered quickly and at a competitive fixed fee.
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French (Canadian) Translators
Number of people Speaking:
The number of native Canadian French speakers is estimated to be 7 million, but there may be further numbers around the world.
There are a number of dialects based on geographic region. These include; Acadian, Brayon, Chiac, Chaouin, Joual, New England, Newfoundland, Metis and Quebec.
Canadian French is primarily spoken in Canada, specifically New Brunswick and Quebec, but there are also communities of native speakers in parts of America.
Some Fun Facts about Canadian French:
The Canadian French language is not the only blending of French and British cultures. The French Canadian cuisine is heavily influenced by French rural food and British and Irish dishes.
French Canadians also have a unique expression of music. There are influences of traditional French and Celtic songs, with guitar, mouth organ and fiddle prominently featured. These are combined with a variety of dance styles to create a unique cultural experience.
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