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Importance of translating your website into other languages by remaining words, phrases and expressions in your target market's language. With the right words you can easily turn the simple act of translation into a successful cross-cultural text.
Speak their language
Your content will be more relatable to your readers, resulting in a stronger bond with them instead of putting them on the defensive by using jargon that is not native to them.
If you are looking to generate more sales leads, you have to put in more time to educate your target audience the benefits of going through your product or service.
Our translation tool will even recalculate the translation based on what the sentence is that you wrote. For example, if you have a sentence that has 60% Afrikaans and 40% Hawaiian, our translation platform will recognize this, give you proper spelling suggestions based on the word origin, and can even assist with conjugation.
Google translate software is used to translate from Afrikaans to Hawaiian and vice versa. However, it is not 100% accurate yet. It can give you a basic idea of what is being translated. Although the software is continuously being improved and is becoming more advanced.
There are more than a million people who speak Afrikaans around the world. To be more specific, Afrikaans is spoken mainly in South Africa, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. Those who wish to verify these claims are free to do so as our service is free and available to all. In order to translate Afrikaans into Hawaiian or vice versa, all you need to do is type your phrase or words into our online translator. Each language is supported by a million or so common and total words, making it easy to convert English into Afrikaans or Afrikaans into English and vice versa.
O ia wale nō.
Ek is nie besig nie.
ʻAʻole au paʻahana.
Ek is 'n Amerikaner.
He ʻAmelika wau.
Ek maak my kamer skoon.
Ke hoʻomaʻemaʻe nei au i koʻu lumi.
Ek het 'n kopseer.
He poʻo koʻu.
Hoeveel kos dit?
'Ehia kālā no kēia?
Ek is baie besig. Ek het nie nou tyd nie.
Paahana loa au. ʻAʻohe oʻu manawa i kēia manawa.
Ek wil graag gaan stap.
Makemake au e hele wāwae.
Ek sal jou bel as ek vertrek.
E kelepona au iā ʻoe ke haʻalele au.