Be local, bo vocal
Whatever is most important to your audience, do your research and translate into the language of the region in which they live. Culture and language connection are very important.
Speak their language
You can reach a wider audience by being translated into another language. There are always people who do not understand your native language and they would love to read your content. This can be done by merging your native language with a foreign language, such as translation. The merge of two different linguistic styles will definitely be thought-provoking and an overall great read.
Enhancing your inbound marketing strategies by delivering more meaningful content to your target audience in their native tongue will help you to increase and expand your business, as well as giving you a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
We've been able to create such an amazing app thanks to the Google Translation API, which, if everything went to plan, translated your entire sentence for you. Now you can save time and energy, and put it towards more important things like traveling, watching movies, and spending time with your family.
Google Translate has also been developed to translate up to 500 characters per request. Although this translation is not 100% accurate, you can get an idea of what was originally said. Personally, I find this software much easier to use and I like how it has developed over the years. Simple, two word phrases between Dutch and Javanese are easy to understand and translate but more technical sentences can confuse the software and you may receive a very inconclusive answer but what it is trying to say can make sense so it is still useful. In conclusion, this programme is still a work in progress and it is developing at a rapid rate. The Google team are always looking for ways to make this software more accurate and hopefully, one day, it will be near perfect!
The Dutch language is spoken globally by over 300 million inhabitants of the Netherlands, Belgium and Suriname. It was originally an offshoot of German and the Dutch dialect spoken in the Netherlands is quite distinct from other Dutch dialects that can be heard in neighboring countries. Still, all Dutch speakers should be able to understand one another with little trouble.
Het is te duur!
Iku larang banget!
Spreekt u Engels?
Apa sampeyan nganggo basa Inggris?
Ik wil alleen een snack.
Aku mung pengin cemilan.
Ik wil graag gaan wandelen.
Aku arep mlaku-mlaku.
Zie je vanavond.
Ketemu meneh mengko bengi.
Dat is genoeg.
Ambune ora enak.
Dat klopt niet.
Kuwi ora bener.
Ik wil het niet.
Aku ora pengin.
Frequently Asked Questions
We use Microsoft or Google neural nets to translate text between Dutch and Javanese. Whenever you type a word, sentence or phrase in Dutch - the text you have input is analysed by neural nets, which are used to sift through the dialect and get meaning behind your words in Dutch. The Deep Learning neural nets will then return an equivalent text from the source language in Javanese.
We don't charge anything for Javanese translation. Yes, the Javanese translation software is absolutely free and you can use it as much as you want. It is free of cost both for personal and commercial purposes.
Unfortunately, at this point, you can only use dutch to javanese translation online tool.
The Dutch to Javanese translation tool uses Google and Microsoft APIs for translation. It provides near real-time results.
Google Translate is a sort of translator that uses algorithms (instead of human editors) to go through all possible combinations compared to the individual words and phrases that make up that language, to match up with other words equal in both languages. Without this, the computer software would need to know what words mean when translated so it could match up with other words equal in both languages. For accurate and contextual translations, visit Pepper Content’s language services (https://www.peppercontent.io/translation-services/) and get your content translated by expert translators.