To translate Spanish to English using Google, go to Translate.Google.com, and insert or write the Spanish phrases or sentences in the box labeled Translate. Choose from one of several options, such as English, Spanish or Detect Language. Click Spanish to make the translation appear at the right side of the box and below the Languages option.
As you translate from Spanish to English, note that Google Translate does not apply grammatical rules, because its algorithms are based on statistical analysis instead of traditional rule-based analysis. As of 2015, Google Translate supports 90 languages.
This service is designed to translate real-time video, images, speech and text from one language to another. It also offers a Web interface in which users can suggest alternate translations or correct mistakes, which are then included in future updates. If you enter a website address in the source text, it produces a hyperlink to a machine translation of that website. Google Translate also features browser integration on some browsers, such as Google Chrome and Google's mobile interface. The Google Translate application can translate 27 languages via real-time video, 32 languages via voice and 37 languages via photo, as of August 2015. There are Android and iOS versions of Google Translate as well.