Be local, bo vocal
By translating text you can emphasize certain words that may be relevant to your customer's culture, leaving a more positive impression than if the text was not translated.
Speak their language
Your international presence can increase your presence on search engines. Google, Bing and Yahoo for example all recognise the world's major languages, including Chinese, Japanese, German, Spanish, French, Russian and Arabic to name a few. If your website is in a major language, you are more likely to feature highly in the results, compared to competitors who only have their content in English. As businesses, we need to take the initiative, and speak to our potential clients in the way they can relate to us.
The best way to improve your relationship with your current customers is to expand your market with new customers. What better way to do that than to reach out to a new audience that you currently do not reach.
Our Danish to Latvian translation tool, powered by the Google Translation API, makes translating a breeze. Type your Danish translation into the text box and click the "Translate" button. Our app will, quite literally, do the rest!
Google Translate has been released on the app store for Android and Apple. Although the software is not 100% accurate and yet in its early stages of development, you can get a general idea of what it's trying to say and change a few words to make a basic sentence. However, Google (as well as other developers) is working on ways to make the translating software more accurate and help it learn the difference between words and languages, so in the near future, the translating apps will become much more useful, accurate and less time-consuming.
Danish is a unique and challenging language for those who wish to learn it or use it for everyday purposes. Because of this, we decided to create an online Danish translator to help students, professionals, and business people alike. With our Danish translator, users have access to millions of words translated from Danish to English, or from English to Danish, for free at any given time! Solving practical problems is what we excel at, and we hope that you will find our translator to be more than sufficient in this regard. The world needs less borders, and our translator will go a long way towards aiding in the removal of these as well. Among the many benefits of using this app are reduced learning times and increased workplace efficiency. Soon, anyone will be able to talk directly to anyone else and understand what is being said.
Jeg er ikke sikker.
ES neesmu pārliecināts.
tak skal du have
Jeg ringer til dig, når jeg går.
Es tev piezvanīšu, kad aizbraukšu.
Jeg er amerikaner.
Det lugter dårligt.
Tas smaržo slikti.
Jeg taler ikke godt hindi
Es nerunāju labi hindi valodā
Jeg håber du og din kone får en god tur.
Es ceru, ka jums un jūsu sievai būs jauks ceļojums.
Jeg tager dig til busstoppestedet.
Es jūs aizvedīšu līdz autobusa pieturai.
Hvis du har brug for min hjælp, så lad mig det vide.
Ja jums ir nepieciešama mana palīdzība, lūdzu, informējiet mani.
Det er nok.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our translation service uses machine learning to translate text. Google and Microsoft are always improving their language translation systems, and we are keen for them to do so. When you type a word, sentence, or phrase in Danish - the input is sent to the cloud, where it is analysed using AI based on Deep Neural Net systems. Deep Learning on Google/Microsoft/IBM/Amazon/Facebook servers is used to check the text in Danish - they then return what they think is an accurate translation for that text in Latvian.
Afisēšanas rīksmām padara pārlūkprogrammas pielāgotu vietni par Latvian. ;)
Unfortunately, you can only use this translation tool online.
The previously mentioned translation service depends, and is powered by, Google and Microsoft APIs. It is nearly instantaneous with practically no delay.
Machine translations are useful when reading content since you get the general idea of what the message’s content is saying. For example, when you translate from Danish to Latvian, you are actually going through all the possible combinations compared to the individual words and phrases that make up that language. The algorithm needs to use this approach since it has to figure out what each word means when translated so it can match up with other words that are equal in both languages. If you want better contextual translation or professional translation, visit Pepper Content’s language services (https://www.peppercontent.io/translation-services/) and get your content translated by expert translators!