I will translate English to French flawlessly

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translate English to French flawlessly
translate English to French flawlessly
translate English to French flawlessly
translate English to French flawlessly
translate English to French flawlessly
translate English to French flawlessly

About This Gig

Hello! My name is Julie and I'll be able to provide you with high-quality translation from English to French (which is my mother-tongue). 

I can translate pretty much every subject, just check with me.
Ideas of what I regularly do: 
- Terms & Conditions
- Ads, Marketing, Product description (Amazon etc.)
- Website Content
- and more

Everything is done manually ! :D 

           Price = Your number of words / 80
                      (400 words for 5$)
 
HOW IT WORKS 

Option #1 : Buy a gig directly (FOR 2000 WORDS OR LESS)

  • 1 Gig = 400 words 
  • For more than 400 words, please select one of the gig extras corresponding to your number of words 
  • For more than 2000 words, please contact me directly. 

Option #2 : Contact me via inbox

 What I need when you contact me :
  • The number of words (very recommended, I'm usually on my phone and can't know the number of words which will delay my answer to you and the custom offer I'll send)
  • The document, if possible. If not, the subject of your text. 
I usually reply in less than 5 hours (daytime in Montreal) and will send you a custom offer corresponding to the number of words in your document.


Looking forward to work with you ! 
 

Order Details

One gig = 400 words (5$ USD)

Your document has 400 words or less. If it has more words, please consult the options below.

  • Up to 400 Words
  • Proofreading
3 days delivery

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is your price ?
    My rate is 400 words for 5$. Which means that you have to divide the number of words contained in your document by "80" (Ex.1000 words / 80 = 13$). You can also directly book with the options offered but it'll be more expensive because Fiverr only calculate by gap of 5$. (1000 words = 15$)