Be local, bo vocal
The key to a successful global online presence is to understand the culture of your market, speak the language of your country, and communicate in a way that is culturally understood.
Speak their language
The target audience will be inclined to visit your website and learn more about your products.
You will be able to make a greater profit because you will be reaching a larger customer base. Let's say you're a clothing store owner whose products are manufactured in China, and you want to target German-speaking customers. If you only use English content, you will only get sales from customers who can read and speak English. If you use content that has been translated into German, you are opening your business to a much larger potential market. Furthermore, because of Google Translate's recent advancements with Neural Machine Translation, you will be able to increase your profit by a large margin. If a Chinese customer sees that you are selling your clothing on Amazon.de, they will buy from you even if they cannot read German, whereas before Google Translate's introduction, this person would've never seen your products because the words would have been gibberish for them.
Our Danish to Scots Gaelic translation tool is powered by our innovative, user-friendly interface. No antiquated software, no confusing files - just enter your Danish word, phrase, or sentence and click the "Translate" button. Within seconds, you will know how your Danish word, phrase, or sentence will be properly translated into Scots Gaelic. We are proud of our work and wanted you to feel confident that it is in your best interest to use our Danish to Scots Gaelic translation tool.
Although Google Translate app is not strictly 100% accurate, it can offer you a good general idea of what is being said! At the moment it's more reliable for short content and common words rather than long pieces of text. Try it out on a short article (Up to around 500 characters) but be sure to have a basic understanding of the language you are translating from to Scots Gaelic, as it might not be 100% accurate. Hopefully it will become more intelligent over time! The phrase "hopefully one day it will be near perfect!" is commonly used when people talk about how intelligent Google Translate has become in recent years so I think this sounds better than the original. I hope this helps!
Millioner af mennesker verden over taler dansk. For dem, som ikke forstår dansk, kan det være vanskeligt at forstå dansk, når de hører det, da de ofte ikke ved, hvad der beskrives eller udtrykkes af dem, der bruger det som et andet sprog. For at lette denne proces og at gøre det let at lære dansk, kan vores app være af stor hjælp, da den tillader brugere at oversætte frit fra dansk til dansk, og vice versa.
Jeg kan ikke høre dig.
Chan urrainn dhomh gad chluintinn.
Kan du oversætte dette for mig?
An urrainn dhut seo eadar-theangachadh dhòmhsa?
Venstre / Højre / Lige
Skriv det ned.
Feuch an sgrìobh thu sìos e.
Jeg skal hjem.
Feumaidh mi a dhol dhachaigh.
Hvor meget er det her?
Dè a tha seo a’ cosg?
Er det nok?
A bheil sin gu leòr?
Na gabh dragh.
Jeg skal skifte tøj.
Feumaidh mi aodach atharrachadh.
Frequently Asked Questions
We use cloud based machine learning services to translate text from a source language to a target language. When you type a word, sentence or phrase in Danish - we send these phrases to this Scottish Gaelic translation cloud which then responds with a translated version of the text in Scots Gaelic.
On the house! We have no strings attached with using our translation tool for both personal and commercial use.
Unfortunately, for the moment, you cannot download this Danish to Scots Gaelic translation tool on your device. You must use it online.
The translation service is powered by Google and Microsoft APIs. Nearly instant results are returned.
Machine translations are useful for understanding the general idea of a text. For example, if you were to translate from Danish to Scots Gaelic through Google Translate, here's an example of how the translation software works. The machine goes through the possible combinations compared to the individual words and phrases that make up these languages and compares them to other words and phrases that are equally in both languages. This way it can figure out what words mean when translated so it can match up with other words or phrases that are equally in both languages. If you want greater contextual translation or accurate translation, visit Pepper Content’s language services (https://www.peppercontent.io/services/) and get your content translated by expert translators!