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If you don't use the appropriate words in your translation, you may have trouble connecting with your customers. You should not use language that isn't relevant to your target audience.
Speak their language
If you speak to more potential customers, your potential sales will increase.
Your readers will get a deeper understanding of you, your brand, and your products, as it is closer to the original feel of your first language.
Please note that the Google Translation API may not always provide an exact or correct translation. It will, however, give you an example of what your originally typed word, phrase, or sentence will be if it had been translated into another language.
Nyanja (Chichewa) Translator has been developed to convert one paragraph of around 500 English pieces of text into Nyanja (Chichewa) and vice versa. Although it is not 100% accurate, it can still give you a good idea of what you are trying to translate. This translation software is still undergoing an update and is being made more accurate and intelligent year after year. More recently, it has been updated and improved so that when you click 'Translate' it translates both the words and goes through individual phrases and sentences. Hopefully, one day it will be near perfect and translate really well! You can use the following link to find the above information: [https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=en&tl=ny%20&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-
Over _ million people around the world speak English. A simplified and free translator can be used to easily understand English, even for those who do not speak it fluently. This is the way our tool works. Our goal is to make it easier for people to communicate through our app or through our internet translator. So far, we have translated over a million words and phrases.
I'm not married.
I lost my watch.
Ndataya wotchi yanga.
I'm not ready yet.
Can I change money?
Kodi ndingasinthe ndalama?
I'm very busy. I don't have time now.
Ndine wotanganidwa kwambiri. Ndilibe nthawi tsopano.
Where are the restrooms?
Kodi mabafa ali kuti?
I don't understand.
I feel good.
I'll call you when I leave.
I’m fine. You?
Ndili bwino. Inu?
Chicago is very different from Boston.
Chicago ndi yosiyana kwambiri ndi Boston.
Thank you very much.
Thank you miss.
Please take me to this address.
Chonde ndiperekezeni ku adilesi iyi.