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French Translation Services

Leading French Translation Services for Business Professionals
Montreal, Toronto, Mississauga, Miami and more…


Traducta ranks among the top translation firms in Canada, providing French translation services to industry-leading and Fortune 500 companies across North America.

Did you know? French is spoken in 75 territories and communities across the world making it a prominent language in today’s world stage. It is spoken by approximately 136,000,000 people in additional to being one of the 6 official languages of the United Nations.


Traducta has specialized in French translation services since 1978 and has a strong client base in the Montreal translation area, Toronto translation area, and Mississauga translation area as well as for translation in the United States and Canada.

We are trusted by business professionals and industry leading organizations to provide them with the accurate, flawless and detail-oriented translations that effectively communicate their message to their target audience.


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French Alphabet (printed)

The modern French alphabet is a Latin-based alphabet consisting of 26 letters.

Uppercase or Capital letter
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Lowercase or small letter
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z


French includes 4 diacritics appearing only on vowels (circumflex, acute and grave accents, diaeresis) in addition to the cedilla appearing on the “c” as <ç>.
It should be noted there are 2 ligatures, œ and æ.

Technical Information related to the French Language

French Character ALT and HTML Code Table


As mentioned in the section “French Alphabet”, French uses many diacritics (otherwise accented characters). Below you will find a reference table for your convenience.

Character ALT Codes (Windows Decimal) HTML Code
À
à
Uppercase: ALT+0192
lowercase: ALT+0224
&Agrave;
&agrave;
Â
â
Uppercase: ALT+0194
lowercase: ALT+0226
&Acirc;
&acirc;
É
é
Uppercase: ALT+0201
lowercase: ALT+0233
&Eacute;
&Eacute;
È
è
Uppercase: ALT+0200
lowercase: ALT+0232
&Egrave;
&egrave;
Ê
ê
Uppercase: ALT+0202
lowercase: ALT+0234
&Ecirc;
&ecirc;
Ë
ë
Uppercase: ALT+0203
lowercase: ALT+0235
&Euml;
&euml;
Î
î
Uppercase: ALT+0206
lowercase: ALT+0238
&Icirc;
&icirc;
Ï
ï
Uppercase: ALT+0207
lowercase: ALT+0239
&Iuml;
&iuml;
Ô
ô
Uppercase: ALT+0212
lowercase: ALT+0244
&Ocirc;
&ocirc;
Ö
ö
Uppercase: ALT+0214
lowercase: ALT+0246
&Ouml;
&ouml;
Û
û
Uppercase: ALT+0219
lowercase: ALT+0251
&Ucirc;
&ucirc;
Ù
ù
Uppercase: ALT+0217
lowercase: ALT+0249
&Ugrave;
&ugrave;
Ç
ç
Uppercase: ALT+0199
lowercase: ALT+0231
&Ccedil;
&ccedil;
Œ
œ
Uppercase: ALT+0338
lowercase: ALT+0339
&OElig;
&oelig;
Æ
æ
Uppercase: ALT+0198
lowercase: ALT+02230
&Aelig;
&aelig;

French includes 4 diacritics appearing only on vowels (circumflex, acute and grave accents, diaeresis) in addition to the cedilla appearing on the “c” as <ç>.
It should be noted there are 2 ligatures, œ and æ.

Encoding (Web)

ISO 10646, ISO 8879, ISO 8859-1 (also referred to as “Latin-1″) are the most common and usable for most Western European languages, including French.