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In your business, we translate words into the languages of your customers to connect them to their cultural values on a personal level. In doing so you understand the importance of culture on a daily basis and realize that different cultures have different values, which can have a powerful impact to your business.
Speak their language
Consumers with a low level of English understand enough to know that your company is present in the country and therefore can be used as a reference.
Understand that people in different countries across the globe have grown up, live and operate in their own "reality", often influencing the way they see things or voicing their opinions. Take time to be aware of your target audience in order to keep them engaged.
Click on the "Translate" button to translate your Danish words, phrases, or sentences into Nyanja (Chichewa). Once you've entered your language pair into the text box, you can scroll down on the page to see the translation of your Danish translation. The Google Translation API makes our Danish to Nyanja (Chichewa) translation engine possible. Simply type a word in Danish on the left-hand text box and you'll soon see your translation in the Nyanja (Chichewa) language on the right.
For example, when you type into Google, the app will translate it into five different languages and all those languages to your desired language, then it will translate it back to English (or whichever language you want to translate it to) so you can read it without any issues.
$2 from each of the sales from “Little Bug” will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. This will be an ongoing effort on our part, but we hope will make a difference. After all, they need donations, and we need readers, so it’s a win-win situation!
Jeg vil kun have en snack.
Jeg synes, det er meget godt.
Ndikuganiza kuti ndi zabwino kwambiri.
Jeg er ikke sikker.
Jeg har hovedpine.
Jeg synes det smager godt.
Ndikuganiza kuti zimakoma.
Jeg er amerikaner.
Ndine waku America.
Jeg tager dig til busstoppestedet.
Ndidzakutengerani kokwerera basi.
Det er i orden.
Jeg har det godt, og dig?
Ndili bwino, nanga inu?