Your favourite translator

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  1. hubert

    hubert Newbie

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    Hi guys.

    What's your favourite translator ?
    I've tried many of them.......of course google translator, many applications, but quite frankly I don't find them very accurate. what do you use ?

    thanks
     
  2. fmOzilla

    fmOzilla Power Member

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    i am using Google.it's better for me but sometime i got errors. like grammars words..when i got errors like that i am going to MSword
     
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    I use Google and it's great for common European languages eg. French, German etc. It sucks for some languages though e.g. it generally spits out garbage when I try to translate Thai. For those less common languages you're usually better off finding a language specific translator rather than a generic translator like Google, e.g. for Thai I use http://www.thai2english.com/online/
     
  4. atif980

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    try giger
    it is best grammer checker
     
  5. hubert

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    Thank you very much guys. I never thought of using MsWord. That sounds like a good idea I'll give it a try. I've found Systran translator last night. it seems ok so far