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Not all pages are translated in another/other language(s). Only pages related to our translation services are translated. Some parts are also translated because of their universality on the internet.

Moreover, the pages are usually ready in the source language before they get translated. So, there’s no need to wait for the translation before making a page visible on the internet!

But in any case, the untranslated pages remain available either in French or in English while keeping your chosen language. Thus, if you read in English and a new page has been uploaded online which is only available in French, you will only see this one (in French). The next pages that you will visit will be in English.

A few words about the languages

Here, you will find some pages in languages used by our translation services:


Naturally, it is essential because our business activity is in France!


It is not only the language used by our translation services, but also the universal language in informatics (among others!).

Tagalog / Filipino

Without having a stand in the Tagalog versus Filipino debate, let’s just say that Tagalog is the language in the Manila region and the national language of the Philippines. But officially, the national language is called Filipino.

More about Tagalog on Wikipedia.

Hiligaynon / Ilonggo

There are approximately 7 million people in the Philippines speaking Hiligaynon as their first language. In addition to that, approximately 4 million people speak Hiligaynon as a second or third language.

Hiligaynon is the language of Ilonggo people, spoken in the province of Iloilo on the island of Panay and in Negros Occidental. It is the third language in the Philippines by number of speakers.

More about Hiligaynon on Wikipedia.


It is the language of Karay-a people, principally spoken in the province of Antique, on the Island of Panay.

More about Kinaray-a on Wikipedia, music and other information on

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