Google Translate: Una Breve Introducción a Soluciones de Traducción

Google Translate is a free translation service that provides instant translations between 57 different languages. It can translate words, sentences and web pages.

When Google Translate generates a translation, it looks for patterns in hundreds of millions of documents to help decide on the best translation for you. The process of seeking patterns in large amounts of text is called, statistical machine translation. The more human-translated documents that Google Translate can analyze in a specific language, the better the translation quality will be.

You are able to contribute a better translation by clicking on the link in the results page to suggest improvements. Another feature that many users enjoy is the ability to listen to the text they have just translated in audio form.

Instantly translate between over 50 languages with the Google Translate gadget. You simply paste your text, select a language and hit translate. For a complete list of the languages Google Translate supports check out translate.google.com.

If there is a language that is not yet on Google Translate there is a way you can help. You can contribute to Translation Memories (TMs) or glossaries by uploading them to Google Translator Toolkit. For more details on how to contribute a new language to Google Translate check out: Uploading a Translation Memory or Uploading a Glossary.

Accesses to Google Translate:

Creative ways to use Google Translate:

  • People translated strings of consonants into German to create a new beatboxing tool. They used the phrase "pv zk bschk" and while it does not make sense, it sounds pretty cool. Check out this video to hear what it sounds like.
  • Using the spoken output of Google Translate as the vocals for self-composted songs or video spoofs. A video called ‘Google Translate Song’ had over half a million views and became one of the most popular YouTube videos in Taiwan.
IMAVEX Blog: Katie Pestridge

More About Katie Pestridge

Katie Pestridge is an advertising graduate from Ball State University. She is originally from Michigan, and enjoys spending her free time lakeside with a good book and a bowl of ice cream. To work off all the ice cream calories, she does yoga almost everyday. Katie also enjoys saving the environment one recycled pop can at a time. She has an interest in social media, media planning and brand management. Katie is currently a marketing intern at IMAVEX.


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