Language Translations

Dave W

Language Translations

Mensaje por Dave W » Lun Sep 29, 2008 2:52 pm

Hi folks, I don't do foreign languages :( But have just found Google translator & can now leave individual messages like:
Hola Soy de la Inglés foro, gracias a su grabación que me está ayudando con mis estudios de guitarra. :merci:

Now I am able to leave a natural thankyou when downloading study material :D Oh & this also keeps my post rate up!! Now there's a bonus. :okok:

bukena

Re: Language Translations

Mensaje por bukena » Lun Sep 29, 2008 3:20 pm

Cool... that will help you keep active on other language forums.

There is also this translator : http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translate_txt

Have fun!

b.

Vesuvio

Re: Language Translations

Mensaje por Vesuvio » Lun Sep 29, 2008 7:34 pm

Hi Dave,

That Google translator has improved a lot in the last year or so,

All the best, V :)

Vesuvio

Re: Language Translations

Mensaje por Vesuvio » Lun Sep 29, 2008 7:37 pm

Hello Bukena,

Hope you are well and enjoying life! Do any of the translators handle Euskara yet?

Best wishes, V :)

AO

Re: Language Translations

Mensaje por AO » Mar Sep 30, 2008 12:13 pm

Here is a dictionary for all the Euskarians in the forum; :)

http://www.websters-online-dictionary.c ... n/Euskara/

AO

chinche

Re: Language Translations

Mensaje por chinche » Dom Dic 07, 2008 5:31 pm

The sistems like Bablefish, only help you to have an idea about the thing you are reading about. If it is what you are looking for , I also may recomend you Bablefish.

fuyioioih

Re: Language Translations

Mensaje por fuyioioih » Mar Dic 09, 2008 2:22 am

Hello all.

American here from the South. Serious language limitations are natural to me. I've been using Firefox as a browser for some time and have found
Fox Lingo to be of considerable service, even in Japanese!!!
It offers access to many translation services in most any direction you might desire.
It even translates entire web pages.

One problem with the web page translation is that requests for translations of pages behind a login will not be translated. The translation engine
has to log in to get to the page requested and is denied permission.

However there is a text translation link which allows cutting and pasting for translations. Very useful behind the login.

Of course the syntax is odd to the native ear. It is a computer after all.

The link to the web page is http://www.foxlingo.com/. Give it a try. You will be impressed.

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