Online Translation

by Barbara J. Feldman on September 23, 2002

Online language translation sites are handy for translating Web pages or short articles, but keep in mind that many idioms do not translate well and their results are probably not up to your foreign language teacher’s standards. Two to try are Google Language Tools and Babelfish AltaVista.

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