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A translator with cultural experience will usually be much more competent than a translator with little to no cultural experience and knowledge.
Speak their language
Having content translated into another language can help you generate positive word-of-mouth reviews from happy customers, since they'll be able to share their recommendations with people in their native language. In other words, your company's exposure can increase exponentially if you use content marketing for local SEO.
Why wait for your clientele to find you when you can go to them? Provide them the information that they need by including the translated version of your content within your website and posting it on different social platforms to create awareness of your product across cultures.
Our brand new Chinese-traditional to Hawaiian translation tool, powered by the Google Translation API, makes it easier than ever to translate content between two different languages. All you have to do is type your translation along with your language pair in our innovative text box on the left-hand side of the page. Once you're done, our app will automatically translate your word, phrase, or sentence into Hawaiian within moments.
Google has worked really hard to make this translation software available for a wide range of languages, including Hawaiian. Even if it is a little inaccurate at the moment, you can easily guess the message and fill in what you think are the blanks. Furthermore, Google is developing this translation software so it will become more accurate over time. Currently, it is being constantly improved.
Millions of people around the world speak Chinese-traditional. They may think it’s difficult to learn, so it can be difficult to communicate which makes people uncomfortable in a conversation. But that’s not really the case. If you spend some time to learn this language and use this translation tool, it can help you. Our app can translate from Hawaiian to Chinese-traditional and from Chinese-traditional to Hawaiian. You can use the translation to talk more freely.
Mahalo no kāu kōkua.
Ke hoʻomaʻemaʻe nei au i koʻu lumi.
Haʻalele au i ka hana ma 6.
ʻōlelo pelekania ʻoe?
Ua lawa anei?
E ʻoluʻolu e kākau i lalo.
Mahalo nui loa iā ʻoe.
ʻAʻole pololei kēlā.