Go to Google Translator and you can type in any word or phrase and have it translated for you..It's cool.
by Ronald E Franklin2 years ago
I just ran across a site, radikewl dot com, that had copied another hubber's hub that I had a comment on. The entire hub, including comments, is translated into Spanish. No author is named. That led me to do a search...
by Justin Muir13 days ago
Just had a question. I'm sure its been asked before. What if I translated my hubs to Spanish and posted them here. Is that allowed? Would I get traffic from the Spanish speaking countries?
by SmartAndFun4 years ago
Should my daughter take Spanish or Latin?When my daughter attends high school she must take foreign language. The choices are Spanish and Latin. We live in Texas, so Spanish would come in handy here. Latin, I hear, will...
by Judy Filarecki2 years ago
I just searched one of my Hubs and saw a Spanish version so I had it translated. It goes to a site,http://www.radikewl.com/62401591.html It is an exact duplicate of my Hub. when I clicked on links in it to...
by Bharat Thapa6 years ago
Do you think Rosetta stone spanish(Latin america) really works or am I just wasting my time on it?I mean after completing all 5levels of(I am already aware first two levels are just sort of vocabulary builders)Let me...
by Escobana5 years ago
I'm Dutch and every now and then I use Google translator. When reviewing my Hubs now and then I notice two different ways of writing the word, therefore.I'm confused. The spell checker doens't recognize the difference...
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