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Keep in mind that cultural significance is not just specific to the country that you are working in, but also to every individual. Some things don't translate as well as others. If you're unsure whether or not something should be translated, an easy way to figure it out is by simply asking the person that is consuming the content.
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You will have the ability to market your product or service to people in other countries thereby increasing your sales.
If you're able to provide more accurate and relevant information to readers, they will become your advocates, willing to share your content with their friends and family, which will lead to a stronger connection between you and your readers.
When translating content between two different languages, one should be cautious of some words that translate differently in various contexts. This is why we recommend using Google Translate instead of any other translator. It works because Google Translate is a bilingual translator, unlike other translation machines that typically translate entire sentences. To use Google Translate, simply type your Corsican into the left-hand box and click "Translate" (it will be automatically translated into Estonian).
The text in this sentence would be hard to translate when you only have one paragraph to work with. I would suggest breaking it down into more sentences in Estonian for the sake of clarity.
Corsican is a widespread dialect spoken by more than one million people around the world. There are some linguists who still consider Corsican an archaic language, scorned by Standard French. To many, however, it is a vibrant and thriving language that has always been the lifeblood of countless communities and regions. Whether or not this language is, indeed, the future of the continent can be left up to the reader to decide. What we can guarantee is that a translation app like ours can help you to read and speak this language, as it can be a little confusing for those who have no prior knowledge of the language. Thanks to our app, which offers free Corsican to Estonian translation, you can easily read and study this language, no matter where you are in the world, with no hassle at all.
Spergu chì tù è a to moglia avete un bellu viaghju.
Loodan, et teil ja su naisel on tore reis.
Pigliate una chance.
Ùn sò micca sicuru.
Ma pole kindel.
Vogliu solu un snack.
Ma tahan ainult suupisteid.
Aghju digià manghjatu.
Sè avete bisognu di u mo aiutu, fatemi sapè.
Kui vajate minu abi, andke mulle teada.
Hè troppu caru!
See on liiga kallis!
Chicago hè assai sfarente di Boston.
Chicago on Bostonist väga erinev.
Mi sentu bè.
Ma tunnen end hästi.