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To be effective abroad, content must be meticulously translated into the language of your target audience. Appropriate content and language is more effective for marketing abroad than incorrect content and language.
Speak their language
Translation allows you to adapt your content based on cultural differences, allowing you to target your audience more effectively. You will be able to better meet the needs of your customers by understanding how they consume content and what kind of questions they're looking for when they browse a website.
When you use a translator such as yourself, you're certain your meaning will be conveyed with no mistakes in pronunciation.
The Google Translation API makes it easier than ever to translate text between different languages. Simply type a word, phrase, or sentence into our innovative text box on the left-hand side of the page, select your translation and translation language, and click on the "Translate" button. Within seconds, your Afrikaans translation will be displayed in the right-hand text box.
500 characters (as a limit) is nothing when translated from Afrikaans to the Khmer language. This is because the language itself is extremely simple and easy to translate. It is by far the easiest language I have ever had to deal with and I am extremely grateful to Google for making this available.
Afrikaans is a language that is known for its uniqueness and individuality, and various regions of the world speak this language. In today's day and age, being able to communicate with others from around the globe is important, so it is important to be able to translate the language of Afrikaans. For those who do not know Afrikaans, it is often difficult to understand what is being said, as it sounds foreign in a way. Our translation app alleviates this problem and can allow users to read and write in Afrikaans at the convenience of their fingertips, which is why this tool is so important.
Ek het jou lief.
Dit is nie reg nie.
Dit is te veel.
Ek het al geëet.
Ek sal jou na die bushalte neem.
Hy kom binnekort.
Ek verstaan nie.
Ek hou van haar.
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ឆ្វេង / ស្តាំ / ត្រង់
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