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August 13, 2013

Lizzie asks…

How do you translate this quote into chinese writing ?

‘Try not to become a man of success but rather to become a man of value.’ is the quote by Albert Einstein. I’ve google translated the quote however i understand the sentence structure wont be 100% accurate, can anyone please do me an actual translation of this please?

Administrator answers:

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Richard asks…

Can you please translate this from Japanese to English?

Can you please translate this sentence?

???????????????????????????????

Context: New planning announcement for a radio program

Please don’t use Google Translate or other automatic translator!

Administrator answers:

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Next week, we are going to present you THAT project/show for the balance (in our schedule).
We are sure it will be (exciting,) even scary because it must be far beyond your imagination!

Ruth asks…

what r the other web sites like google translate that can translate english to hindi?

what r the other web sites like google translate that can translate english to hindi

Administrator answers:

— does google not do a good enough job? Try this – www.cfilt.iitb.ac.in/machine-translation/eng-hindi-mt/

Nancy asks…

Fluent Korean Speakers: What is the difference between these two words?

?? and ??

I listen to a lot of Korean music and I’m planning to teach English over there in about a year so I’ve been exploring the language a little on my own lately. When I type these words in to google translate it tells me they both mean “I” and there’s song that says “?? ????” and “?? ????” which supposedly mean “I’m going crazy” and “I’m getting tired”, so why the need for the two different words?

Can someone explain? Thanks a ton!

Administrator answers:

Don’t use Google Translate. It’s extremely poor with Korean, even with single words. If you need a translation of a word or phrase try looking it up in Naver’s dictionary.

Those words mean two completely different things. ?? Does mean “I” (when it’s the subject of a sentence). ?? Means “now.” The ? Is from the topic particle ?, which can provide contrast (like contrast to the past).

There is another word for “I” in addition to ? (which is the word ?? Minus the suffix/particle that indicates it’s the subject of a sentence). But the other word is ?. The difference between the two is that ? Is more respectful than ? (by being a more humble word), so ? Is used in more formal situations that demand a higher degree of respect. ? Is used more in situations that demand a somewhat lower level of respect or no respect at all.

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