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Keep your business' target customer base in mind as you write or translate your content. Make sure you are using appropriate language for your market demographic in order to engage your customers and provide information that is useful and valuable to them.
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When we were creating this Chinese to Hawaiian translation tool we had three things in mind: 1) To ease the stress for translators who are tired of reexplaining the same concept over and over again by taking the guesswork out of the process. 2) To make the most user-friendly, intuitive app ever created. Translators hate using clunky websites that make it a pain to type words out into the little bubble - we wanted to fix that. 3) To make the ultimate goal of this tool - You, the Translator - getting the payment or credit you deserve for the magnificent job you do.
For example, if you enter a Hawaiian sentence of 500 characters into the Chinese translation software, Chinese translation will pretty much appear, with little mistakes. It translates Hawaiian quite well, and can convey the idea.
Millions of people speak Chinese. While for those who have learned Chinese as a second language, Chinese may seem somewhat familiar, for others it can seem totally foreign and confusing. If you use this app, you will be able to translate Chinese into Hawaiian, and vice versa, with over a million words or phrases available at your finger tips at no charge! In today’s world, it’s important that anyone can communicate with anyone else, regardless of background language differences, so it’s up to us as those of the know to provide a free service that lets people do just that!
ʻAʻole maikaʻi kaʻu ʻōlelo.
Lawe i waho.
ʻAʻole wau makemake.
ʻAʻole maopopo iaʻu.
Ua male au.
ʻAʻole maopopo iaʻu
Noʻu ka hauʻoli ke ʻike aku iā ʻoe
Ua lawa anei?