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  Traduction catalan

  Pour vos besoins en traduction et en localisation, Global Translations met à votre service une équipe de linguistes chevronnés, de langue. Nos traducteurs catalan sont soigneusement triés sur le volet en fonction de leur expérience professionnelle. Parmi nos linguistes catalan, nombreux sont des experts reconnus dans les domaines technique, ingénierie, informatique, médical, légal et financier.

Nous offrons des services de traduction catalan-français / français-catalan et des combinaisons de langues impliquant l'catalan et plus de 40 autres langues. Cliquez ici pour voir la liste des langues proposées.

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Catalan Language Facts

Catalan is a modern Romance language, closely related to Occitan (the language spoken in southern France). Estimates of the number of speakers vary. The majority of the 10,500,000 inhabitants of the Catalan countries operate with both Catalan and Spanish and it's estimated that about half of them have Catalan as their mother tongue. Some 3,000,000 other people speak Catalan as their second or third language, with 2 million more understanding but not being able to speak it.

Catalan is the official language of Andorra and co-official with Spanish in Catalonia and the Balearic Islands. It's also spoken in parts of the territory of Aragon, and in very fews areas of France and Italy. Valencian, regarded by some as a variant of the Catalan language, is spoken in the region of Valencia. Other groups in the Valencian Community, however, consider it to be a distinct language. As a direct descendant of Latin, Catalan is written in Latin script.

In 1978 the Spanish Constitution established that languages different from Castilian could be given official status. Over these years, the Catalan language has been introduced into schools, government, the press and other media. A large number of local radio and television stations have been set up and the language is ranked nineteenth in the world in terms of its presence on the Internet.

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