ANGLAIS

Si vous avez besoin d’une traduction du/vers l’anglais, nous sommes prêts à mettre à votre disposition les meilleurs linguistes anglais pour effectuer les traductions selon vos souhaits.

A un prix raisonnable, nous vous proposons d’effectuer rapidement et sûrement les traductions anglaises de bonne qualité : 

  • Traitement professionnel de la documentation technique (sans supplément)
  • Traductions de documents volumineux, modes d’emploi ou réponses aux appels d’offres dans de courts délais
  • Traduction des textes courants
  • Localisation des logiciels et des sites web
  • Matériel promotionnel, présentations, rapports annuels
  • Gestion de la correspondance d’affaires dans ces diverses langues
  • Correction des traductions faites, transcriptions, services ROC
  • Interprétation consécutive
  • Interprétation d’accompagnement
  • Traductions faites par des locuteurs natifs
  • Traduction assermentée
  • Traitement sur l’ordinateur selon vos besoins (Trados, Transit, Word XP, Excel, etc.)

SOME FACTS ABOUT ENGLISH LANGUAGE

English language, member of the West Germanic group of the Germanic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. Spoken by about 470 million people throughout the world, English is the official language of about 45 nations. It is the mother tongue of about 60 million persons in the British Isles, from where it spread to many other parts of the world owing to British exploring, colonizing, and empire-building from the 17th through 19th cent. It is now also the first language of an additional 228 million people in the United States; 16.5 million in Canada; 17 million in Australia; 3 million in New Zealand and a number of Pacific islands; and approximately 15 million others in different parts of the Western Hemisphere, Africa, and Asia. As a result of such expansion, English is the most widely scattered of the great speech communities. It is also the most commonly used auxiliary language in the world. The United Nations uses English not only as one of its official languages but also as one of its two working languages.

There are many dialect areas; in England and S Scotland these are of long standing, and the variations are striking; the Scottish dialect especially has been cultivated literarily. There are newer dialect differences also, such as in the United States, including regional varieties such as Southern English, and cultural varieties, such as Black English. Standard forms of English differ also; thus, the standard British (“the king’s English”) is dissimilar to the several standard varieties of American and to Australian, Canadian, New Zealand, and Indian English.

History of English

Today’s English is the continuation of the language of the 5th-century Germanic invaders of Britain. No records exist of preinvasion forms of the language. The language most closely related to English is the West Germanic language Frisian. The history of English is an aspect of the history of the English people and their development. Thus in the 9th cent. the standard English was the dialect of dominant Wessex. The Norman Conquest (11th cent.) brought in foreign rulers, whose native language was Norman French; and English was eclipsed by French as the official language. When English became again (14th cent.) the language of the upper class, the capital was London, and the new standard (continued in Modern Standard English) was a London dialect.

It is convenient to divide English into periods-Old English (or Anglo-Saxon; to c.1150), Middle English (to c.1500; see Middle English literature), and Modern English; this division implies no discontinuity, for even the hegemony of French affected only a small percentage of the population. The English-speaking areas have expanded at all periods. Before the Normans the language was spoken in England and S Scotland, but not in Cornwall, Wales, or, at first, in Strathclyde. English has not completely ousted the Celtic languages from the British Isles, but it has spread vastly overseas.

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