1. Google Talk – Translation Bots
I have been using Google Talk – Translation Bots quite sometimes. For example, during the conversation in Google Talk with friends or while you are reading blogs or articles, I want an instance translation for the words I not familiar with. I may just simply input the word(s) into Google Talk – Translation Bots and I can get the translation instantly. As far, I am happy with the single word or short sentences translation.
1.1 How it works?
a. You must have Google Talk installed in your computer.
b. Select one of the “Bot” above and add into your contact, for example:-
English to Chinese translation = firstname.lastname@example.org
Chinese to English translation = email@example.com
c. You are done.
2. Google Translation for Webpage, Text or Document
Besides, Google also provided free online language translation service instantly translates for Webpage, Text or Document.
2.1 How it works?
a. Enter Webpage URL, Text or Upload a document.
b. Choose the language you would like translate “From” > “To”
c. Hit the “Translate” button.
3. Funny Translation Power by Google Translate
Here I share a funny translation of my friend’s Weblog from English to Chinese.
Picture above showing the original of Weblog display.
This picture showing after the conversion from English to Chinese.
“Once Upon a Twice” become “Wong Fei Hong Twice”…lol
Anyhow, in the statement Google has mention that the translation does not always deliver accurate sentences or words grammatical.
While you are chatting with your friends in messenger or you are reading some forums, sometimes you see your friend replied with the word of “NAH”. What the hack of “NAH” mean?
Here I share a “NAH” actual funny joke I read from the forum:
One day, a forum member (I mark it as ABC) seeking solution from the other member (I mark is as XYZ) in forum related to car technical issues. Somehow “XYZ” replied with the word “NAH”. “ABC” was very angry and replied with “Are you trying to show your middle finger to me? You are so rude!”
So, why “ABC” get angry? Because “ABC” has the mindset “XYZ” will “Pointing his middle finger” while replied with “NAH” word. In other explanation, “XYZ” are saying some bad words to “ABC”.
Maybe you are not aware in Asian, pointing someone with your middle finger is a sign of insult people or showing no courtesy.
The definition of “NAH” is “No“. “NAH” is an acronym, abbreviation or slang words. So, please teach or explain to your friends in case they don’t know what “NAH” means is.by Simon
This story happened when I was kid. That was my first time I became an animal like frog or lizard eating mosquito. Yes, it is a mosquito. No joke!
One sunny and windy afternoon, when I was playing with my younger sister. I laugh at loud, suddenly one mosquito fly into my mouth with lightning speed and I swallow into my stomach. Damn, it’s too fast! I tried to spit out from my mouth the moment it flew in but no matter how hard I tried, the dead mosquito never come out from my mouth. The taste of mosquito makes me feel uncomfortable for few days. I will never ever forget the mosquito smell, even till now I still feel like want to vomit.
Dare to feel the taste of mosquito? LOL…by Simon