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US English isn't the only language out there. Keep in mind that your customers may be from somewhere else. Not everyone speaks US English as a first language. Customers from other countries may not even recognize the words or phrases you use to describe your product or service. It is worth taking the time to make sure you are using the right language for the right market with your translation.
Speak their language
You can become an authority figure in your niche by creating quality content that is well-written in the languages that your audience speaks.
Create content that is translated into a second or third language so that you can reach your targeted audience and ensure success for your business.
Our English to Chinese translation tool is powered by the Google Translation API, which translates your English word, phrase, or sentence into another language within seconds. No more long nights typing out the same language over and over again just so that you can see how it's translated into another! Simply type a word in English on the left-hand text box and click on the "Translate" button below. Our app then translates your English word, phrase, or sentence into Chinese within seconds.
Although not 100% accurate, you can translate texts up to 500 characters provided it is a good enough grasp of the language you are using. You can also change up a few phrases to understand what is written.
Millions of people in the world are learning English as a second language. For those who are not familiar with it, understanding it can be tricky. Our translation app allows you to convert English into Chinese, and vice versa, so that it’s no problem if you’re not a native speaker of this language! Learn new phrases or words, or better understand the words spoken around you by other speakers of the language – all in a free and easy to use resource.
I don't like him.
Is Mr. Smith an American?
I'll take you to the bus stop.
It’s too expensive!
I'm not ready yet.
I ate already.
Excuse me / Sorry
From time to time.
That's not right.