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MihoshiMarie 10-04-2004 12:57 AM

Free Translation Sites?
 
Hi. I am sure that most of the English-speakers of this site - who don't speak or understand other languages for a variety of reasons - would appreciate a translation of certain posts or articles. Does anyone know where one can get a free translation of Scandinavian text? The ones that I have already checked - such as AltaVista and Google - don't translate Danish, Swedish or Norwegian. I mean, I would take a language class, but at the moment I cannot afford that, and I can't afford a professional translation either.

Just a link to a website with a free translator would be very nice. Thanks in advance.

rchainho 10-17-2004 07:56 AM

i don't know either and i wanted to know some too?

Chatleen 10-17-2004 08:53 AM

This one translates from both Danish, Norwegian and Swedish into English. However, I don't think, the quality is very good, but it is the only one I know. I can't make it translate whole websites, but small texts works for me....


http://www.tranexp.com:2000/Translat...ion-portal.htm

rchainho 10-17-2004 12:55 PM

thanks
 
I wanted to try a lot of time. :)

hrhcp 10-17-2004 01:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MihoshiMarie
... don't translate Danish, Swedish or Norwegian.

A very good "all-in-one" I've discovered is, at:
www.translation.langenberg.com

It does translation of complete text, hence my enthusiasm about it.



For occasional words ....
- Swedish / English, try:
http://www-lexikon.nada.kth.se/skolverket/swe-eng.shtml

(I wonder why Chatleen didn't suggest:
www.speakdanish.dk)

Chatleen 10-17-2004 02:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hrhcp
(I wonder why Chatleen didn't suggest:
www.speakdanish.dk)

Well, the answer is quite simple: I didn't know the site :)

MihoshiMarie 10-27-2004 01:09 AM

Wow, thanks for all the links! That is very helpful.

hillary_nugent 11-28-2004 12:01 AM

[QUOTE=hrhcp]A very good "all-in-one" I've discovered is, at:
www.translation.langenberg.com[/QUOTE]
Love this site! Thank you for the link ^___^

The Watcher 12-01-2004 06:11 AM

Tip:

www.freetranslation.com

http://babelfish.altavista.com

http://www.worldlingo.com/products_s...ranslator.html

hillary_nugent 12-02-2004 02:00 AM

HEy thanks for these websites The Watcher!!! i couldn't find a site that translated English to Russsian before so thanks heaps ^__^

mariavittoria 04-01-2009 02:35 AM

Problem about the language
 
Sorry, I don't now if I can write here......I apologize with the admin

I wuold like to ask them why this wanderfull site is only in english?....It should be wanderfull if people like me could read this fourm in his own language. For exemple for me in Italian language.

I hope someone come to aid of this problem

Thank you.

Warren 04-01-2009 08:27 AM

Hello mariavittoria

The site is in English because it is an English-language website hosted on servers in the United States. I understand that this may cause some difficulty for members who aren't fluent in English, but many of our members who don't have English as their native language are able to post. For example, I could understand your post perfectly. There may be greater problems in reading the site but I'm sure you will manage to pick up much of what is being posted.

I'm not aware of any international forums of the size and scale of TRF which have multiple translations of page content catering to a range of languages.

LadyK 04-01-2009 09:00 AM

To mariavittoria and any other members who have trouble with English:

If you do not understand something because of language difficulties, (especially the rules or faqs!) please contact a member of the moderating team. Not only do many of the moderators speak different languages, we also know many friendly and helpful TRF members who could help.

Here are a few links to online translators that I know some members have found helpful- Babel Fish, Google Translator, wordlingo

RoyalProtocol 04-01-2009 09:06 AM

Enter the URL (www.theroyalforums.com) to Google translate and go from there it translates the entire page and when you click on an other page it translates it as well

Immettere l'URL (www.theroyalforums.com) a Google tradurre e passare da lý si traduce tutta la pagina e quando si fa clic su un altra pagina che si traduce anche

Lady Jennifer 04-01-2009 07:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LadyK (Post 916447)
To mariavittoria and any other members who have trouble with English:

If you do not understand something because of language difficulties, (especially the rules or faqs!) please contact a member of the moderating team. Not only do many of the moderators speak different languages, we also know many friendly and helpful TRF members who could help.

Here are a few links to online translators that I know some members have found helpful- Babel Fish, Google Translator, wordlingo

To go along with this post here is a page that has a list of the moderators & admins who speak other languages: http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...ish-11989.html

mariavittoria 05-26-2009 09:28 AM

But.......YOU ARE FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :crown8:

THANK YOU! THANK YOU! VERY VERY MUCH!!!!!!!!! for help me

You are great!!!!!! :clap:

Now with google translator for exemple i can read the forum in my language :italyflag:


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