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I found a website that can translate Japanese text into engl

Postby Alyse » Sat 04.30.2005 3:58 am

here it is: http://babel.altavista.com/

it won't translate the text if u write it in Romaji:( try copying japanese text and pasting it in the box



BTW I'm new(to the forum not the website)
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RE: I found a website that can translate Japanese text into

Postby lomagu » Sun 05.08.2005 6:37 am

cool, thanx!

I found this other site.. http://www.alc.co.jp. It doesn't translate blocks of text, but it's really good for looking up 1 or 2 words at a time.
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RE: Babelfish....

Postby kempokatt » Mon 05.16.2005 8:47 pm

I find the translation from OCN (Amikai) to be a LITTLE better in most cases...

http://ocn.amikai.com/amitext/indexUTF8.jsp

Just another tool...;)
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RE: I found a website that can translate Japanese text into

Postby Mukade » Mon 05.16.2005 10:10 pm

For people studying Japanese, I think Jim Breen's 'translation' page is best.

It's actually not a true translation page. Rather than producing some garbled translation of the text, it will instead take the words from the text and give you a vocab list. That way, you can use your own knowledge of Japanese grammar to put the pieces together yourself.

Much more practical from the standpoint of studying and practicing Japanese...

If anyone's interested, the address is:
http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/cgi-bin/c ... wwwjdic?9T
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