New York, NY (PRWEB) February 5, 2010
French…the most romantic language in the world. So what’s a more romantic Valentine’s Day gift than a love letter in French?
No knowledge of French is necessary—that’s where University Language Services comes in.
This Valentine’s Day, ULS, a New York based translation company, makes it possible to skip the boring stuff and step up the creativity. They have come up with a Valentine’s Day gift that speaks the language of love….literally. Here’s how it’s done:
- The letter is written in English.
- It is sent to University Language Services, where a professional linguist translates it into French. By using a professional human linguist, rather than a computer program, ULS ensures that each letter will say what the author intends it to say – and that it will be said with style.
- The French translation is sent back to the author within three business days!
Everyone has seen them before, the movies and ads that feature the same tired old Valentine’s Day gifts: candy, flowers, stuffed animals. A love letter in French is both personal and charming—a gift that is sure to woo that special someone and leave a lasting impression.
University Language Services will translate love letters (of no more than 100 words) for only $19.99*. This romantic Valentine’s Day gift is sure to spark things up!
To order a Valentine's Day love letter translation, visit http://www.universitylanguage.com/ShoppingCart/ProductTranslation.aspx?sku=99976.
*Rules and restrictions apply. See Terms and Conditions (http://www.universitylanguage.com/terms/french-love-letter/).
About University Language Services:
Since 1983, ULS has specialized in the translation of academic transcripts, records and personal documents. Our website, http://www.universitylanguage.com/, helps students make the most of their college experience with step-by-step guides on how to choose a school, apply to college, and succeed on campus.
ULS translates, transcribes and interprets 150+ languages and dialects from its international headquarters in New York City and affiliated offices around the world.