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Apparently not - at least not exactly.

You are allowed to take the written exam with a translator (which you pay for). Your best bet is to contact an English language driving school (like Fehrenbach in Paris: Welcome to Fehrenbach Driving School They have packages for studying for and taking the test that include the translator.
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Bev
 

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The first step of the exam is theory exam where you sit alone with questions in French and documentation in French. How would you cope?

How would it be to have a driving license in Greece in French or in Thailand in Chinese language? In your view?
 

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The first step of the exam is theory exam where you sit alone with questions in French and documentation in French. How would you cope?

How would it be to have a driving license in Greece in French or in Thailand in Chinese language? In your view?
Evidently there is now a process whereby you can have a translator (at your cost) attend the "theory" exam to translate the questions as they are posed. I'm not sure of the details of how it works, but we've had a couple people through here recently who have used this method.
Cheers,
Bev
 
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