Be local, bo vocal
Do you know what your customers like? Do they prefer the direct approach or some pleasant flattery? A while back, I collected some feedback from a few blog readers. The results are very clear: they would like to get more information on how they can book a stay with me. So that is what I need to start working on. I will write more articles on this blog and will make it clear that they can easily book a stay on my blog. I've also decided to translate my blog submissions into several languages with this in mind.
Speak their language
When you take the time to write in a language that native speakers understand, you're opening yourself up to everyone within the target market you are trying to reach. You're not limiting yourself to those who speak your language.
It is also very important to use proper capitalization, punctuation and spelling so that it is easily read. Also, it is important to be as short as possible and to get to the point quickly.
If you're using our Croatian to Hausa translator, you don't even need to know how to type. All you have to do is copy and paste your Croatian language text into the text box below and click on the "Translate" button. Our translator will then translate your Croatian language text into Hausa, making it easy for you to work with in the future.
Although Google Translate app on Android is not 100% accurate but it can still give you pretty good idea about what you are trying to translate. Team Google is working on ways for its app to become more intelligent and accurate with time.
Millions of people around the world speak Croatian. Those who do not understand Croatian may often perceive it as difficult to learn and communicate themselves, as they sometimes do not know what is being said by those who use it as a second language. A translation app like ours can allow users to convert written or spoken Croatian into Croatian easily and free of charge - so learning this language shouldn’t be something you have to pay for!
Je li gospodin Smith Amerikanac?
Shin Mr. Smith dan Amurka?
Mislim da je dobrog okusa.
Ina ganin yana da kyau.
To je u redu.
Moram ići kući.
Ina bukata in tafi gida.
Nadam se da ste vi i vaša supruga imali ugodan put.
Ina fatan ku da matar ku ku yi tafiya mai dadi.
To je previše.
Wannan yayi yawa.
Oprostite / Oprostite
Yi hakuri / Yi hakuri
Jako je dosadan.
Yana da ban haushi.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our translation service uses machine learning algorithms on servers to translate text. Whenever you type a word, sentence or phrase in Croatian - the input is sent to the cloud, where it is analysed using AI based on Deep Neural Net systems. This AI (Machine Learning) looks at that input and returns an approximate translation in Hausa.
Yes, our content translation to Hausa is absolutely FREE. It can be used for personal as well as for commercial purpose.
Unfortunately for you, you cannot download this Croatian to Hausa translation tool at this moment. You must use it online.
The Croatian to Hausa translation tool utilizes Google and Microsoft APIs. It is blink-of-an-eye fast, and returns near real-time results.
Machine translations help readers understand the message’s basic content and meaning. For example, if you were to translate from Croatian to Hausa, an online translation website like Google Translate will go through all the possible combinations compared to the individual words and phrases that make up that language. The translation software uses algorithms like this since it needs to figure out what words mean both ways around when translated so it can match up with other words equal in both languages. For accurate and contextual translation, visit Pepper Content’s language services (https://www.peppercontent.io/translation-services/) and get your content translated by expert translators!.