Monday, May 4, 2015

  1. Open the Google Translate website. You can access it
    • Google Translate is not a perfect translator. Oftentimes the structure of the sentence will not translate properly, making it odd or incorrect in the other language. Google Translate should be used as a guide to get the basic concepts of a piece, not as an accurate translation.
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    Copy the text that you want translated. You can copy text from any source, including documents and other websites. You can also type the text in yourself.
  3. 3
    Paste or type the text you want translated into the left field on the Google Translate page. If you're typing a foreign language, click here for instructions on typing foreign characters.

  5. 4
    Click the "Handwriting" button to draw characters. It looks like a pencil at the bottom of the text field. This is especially useful for non-Latin languages.
  6. 5
    Select the language of the pasted text if Google translate does not automatically detect the right language. You can click the "▼" button to see all of the available languages.
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    Click the "Ä" button to display the text in Latin characters. This is especially useful for non-Latin languages such as Japanese or Arabic.
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    Click the "Listen" button to hear the pasted text spoken. This can be useful for learning proper pronunciation.
  9. 8
    Look at the translated text in the right text field. By default, Google will translate into whatever your personal language is. You can select different languages using the buttons above the field.
    • If the translation didn't happen automatically, click the "Translate".
  10. 9
    Save a translation to your Phrasebook. Your Phrasebook is a collection of translations that you've saved for later use. You can access your Phrasebook by clicking the Phrasebook button above the right field.
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    Click the "Listen" button beneath the translation to hear it spoken.
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    Correct a translation if you notice an error. Click the "Wrong?" button if you spot an error. Make the correction and click the "Contribute" button, and your correction may be implemented into Google Translate.[1]


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