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Language translation is good for you; use different culture-based variations of your content for an online presence that is appropriate for the culture of your customers.
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The final takeaway from the above results is that, if you don't take the time to create content that can be translated into another language, you both lose out in potentially bringing your message to more people, as well as risking misunderstanding from those who don't take the time to try and read your content through Google Translate or some other translation software.
Engage in social media activities. Your blog is there to express your ideas, but also to allow you to use social media to engage others in conversation about it. Give your readers the opportunity to ask a question, or share their opinion or experience. Successful businesses and blogs grow from social media interaction. Communicating is one of the best ways to share your events, promotions, products, stories and ideas. Just keep in mind that social media has many languages. For example, in your Instagram post, you can write in English, Russian, Japanese, Arabic, Spanish, Mandarin and more.
E brezhoneg arab mustamilik at is-slati nazzgah naghmel direrreg gant ar RNI machine freekeh; ofisiel e brezhoneg arab m'eo ket bulent at haned an theodor prezantatoh. Merezh e brezhoneg arab dib 3 c'hant kleuz baselkado, ur rei hag a rahou.
Although Google Translate (along with all the other translation apps and programs on the market) does have its flaws, it has improved greatly from what it used to be. Previously, translation programs couldn't even handle around 100 words but now you can translate 500 words without a problem! With some slight adjustments to the translations and removing of unnecessary words/phrases, you should be able to get the point of what is being said. You can even test Google Translate yourself by plugging in two languages and making a quick comparison of the difference.
Basque is a language used in a region of northern Spain and southwestern France. Those who speak it as a native tongue are concentrated in the Basque Country, a region that has been called "the only unitary nation in Western Europe", given its regional autonomy and the national linguistic minority status that the Spanish government accords to the Basque people. Outside of this region, Basque was spoken bilingually in a few spots of Navarre, that were eventually assimilated into the Basque language. Today, thousands more Basques live in areas all over the world, mainly on their newly colonized land, before the 1733 Treaty of the Pyrenees that gave half of the region's territory to France.
Ez dut hori nahi.
لا اريد ذلك.
Erlojua galdu nuen.
لقد فقدت ساعتي.
Oso famatua da.
إنه مشهور جدا.
شكرا جزيلا لك.
Barkatu / Barkatu
معذرة / آسف
Mesedez, bete inprimaki hau.
يرجى ملء هذا النموذج.
Mesedez, idatzi .
Frequently Asked Questions
Our machine language translation service uses Cloud Computing. Whenever you type in some text in Basque and we use Google Professional Translator. We send the text to Google which translates it via Marennial Neural Networks (MNN). MNN works together with Cloud computing to power the neural network and translate the text. Deep Learning services are used by Google and they will respond almost instantaneously with a translated version of the text from Basque in Arabic.
Yes, you can use our sentence translation software for free for use either for your personal or commercial use!
Unfortunately, at this moment, you cannot download Basque to Arabic translation tool. It can only be used online!:
The Basque to Arabic translation tool works at a near-timely speed and is powered by Google and Microsoft APIs.
Abstract Machine translations let people understand the general gist of what a text is conveying, such as if you were to translate from Basque to Arabic. Software like Google Translate — one example — goes through all the possible combinations compared to the words and phrases that make up both the language to be translated and the source language in order to match up the difference in words to a common ground, so it can better translate both ways. This way it can figure out what words and phrases mean alter, and thusly provide near accurate translations. If you want a more contextual translation and more accurate translation, visit Pepper Content’s language services (https://www.peppercontent.io/translation-services/) and get your content translated by expert translators!