Some ways to translate English names to Chinese are translating phonetically or by meaning. People can translate names phonetically because English syllables generally correspond to a Chinese character that sounds roughly the same. This translation is based on pronunciation instead of meaning. Trans
To translate your name into Chinese, either use the meaning of your name and find the Chinese translation, or start with the pronunciation of your name and choose Mandarin syllables that sound similar. If you already know the meaning of your name, a translation website can be used for the first appr
Several websites offer word-for-word translation from English to Mandarin Chinese, including Google Translate, MDBG.net and FreeTranslation.com. Paper dictionaries are another good resource and are available in bricks-and-mortar bookstores and online at Amazon.com.
Some popular Chinese translation agencies in North America include ALTA Language Services, Abacus Chinese Translation Services and Orange Translations. These agencies have offices in the United States but can send and receive work remotely, regardless of the customer's location in the world.
Translate.Google.com freely provides English to Spanish translation using voice or text input. Other free translation options include SpanishDict.com and Translate.Reference.com, which offer text input only. One free option on mobile devices is the Spanish English Translator app.
As of April 2015, there are multiple online resources that offer English to Spanish, as well as Spanish to English translation services. Some useful resources include Google Translate, FreeTranslation.com and SpanishDict.com.
Several free Spanish-to-English translators are available online and as apps for mobile devices, including Google Translate, Babylon.com and iTranslate. All three resources translate Spanish to English and English to Spanish and support many other languages as well.
Skritter.com, LearnChineseez.com, ClearChinese.com, and ArchChinese.com offer options for learning how to write Chinese. Many local community colleges and learning centers also offer classes on the subject.
Skritter, California State University at Long Beach and ClearChinese.com have tools to help people learn to write in Chinese. Each of the three tools introduces the characters in a different way, supporting a variety of learning styles.
There are many online resources for translating French into English, including Google Translate, Babylon and Systran, as well as translation services that charge for a personalized, human translation. While the technology surrounding online translation has improved, a professionally translated docum