Be local, bo vocal
Marketing your business online requires attracting customers who will be seeking you out in their native language. On the internet, Chinese and Spanish consumers may prefer to shop in their language, not yours. Having all your content in their language, not yours, even if you're a local business in their country, will attract them to you.
Speak their language
You'll be able to gain valuable insights through the comments that your readers may leave when your content is displayed in another language.
Businesses with a global reach will benefit because they can reach more people with their one piece of content than would otherwise have been possible.
Our Danish to Swedish translation tool is powered by the Google Translation API. Simply type a word in Danish on the left-hand text box and click on the "Translate" button. Our app then translates your Danish word, phrase, or sentence into Swedish within seconds.
Although this is not an 100% accurate translation, you can pretty much get the general idea. If you omit some words or change parts of the original text slightly, you should be able to get a pretty accurate translation! The Google team looks for ways to make Google Translate more accurate so that you can get a more reliable and in-depth translation.
Hvorfor skulle man have flere tolkebistand og oversættere, hvis der er mulighed for online oversættelse til det faktiske talte sprog? Vi manglede bare en sømløs oversættelse ud af et sprog til et andet, dette derudover ville være den sidste ende for brugerservice på Internettet, fordi man hermed kunne tjene den smule, som vi tager for deres arbejde.
Er Mr. Smith en amerikaner?
Är Mr. Smith och amerikansk?
Jeg er ikke gift.
Jag är inte gift.
Hvordan har du det?
Hur mår du?
Jeg beklager, vi er udsolgt.
Jag är ledsen, vi är slutsålda.
Jeg kan ikke lide det.
Jag gillar det inte.
Mit navn er ...
Mitt namn är ...
Jag är kall.
Jeg kan lide hende.
Jag gillar här.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our translation service takes the text that you have entered in Danish and sends it over to Google or Microsoft for translation. Translation happens in real-time - quite literally millions of people are typing away and asking Google/Amazon/Microsoft to translate from Danish to Swedish and vice versa. Their neural networks get trained on millions of translations and use statistical machine translation techniques to create translations that rival fluent human translators.
Yes, our free translation tool is both free and unrestricted! It can be used for anything, including personal or commercial use.
Unfortunately, it can only be used online. Now you can't download it. You can only use it online.
The Danish to Swedish translation service relies on Google and Microsoft APIs. Translation takes place near instantly, and returns real-time results. Rewritten sentences 5 and 6 basically repeat the same information, which is obviously redundant and undesirable. Rewritten sentence 7 retains the same meaning of "near-instant" and "real-time", which is helpful. Rewritten sentence 8 basically repeats the meaning of sentence 7, with the only differences being "precision" and "accuracy", which are arguably redundant.
Machine translations are useful for the purpose of ascertaining the general content of the message, such as translating from Danish to Swedish. A process like this — a computer program known as Google Translate, for example — will measure the possible combinations against the words and phrases that make up both of these languages and match them up with other words that are equal in both languages. The translation software uses algorithms like this since it needs to figure out what words mean when translated so it can match up with other words equal in both languages. If you want accurate and contextual translation, visit Pepper Content’s language services (https://www.peppercontent.io/translation-services/) and get your content translated by expert translators!