How to translate a letter from english to spanish

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How to translate a letter from english to spanish
Quickly translate letters into Spanish. (old love letter image by Rog999 from Fotolia.com)

If you need to translate a letter from English to Spanish, and you don't know Spanish, use a free online translation service. Services such as Google Translate, iTools translator and Babylon can quickly translate your letter into Spanish. These online services only take seconds to translate between languages. Online translation services often return results containing errors, but they offer a good start. Check the results with a Spanish-English dictionary before sending the letter out.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Spanish-English dictionary

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Go to an online translation service. Choose from Google Translate, iTools translator, Babylon or another service that fits your needs,

  2. 2

    Select English as the language you wish to translate from and Spanish as the language you wish to translate to. To do this from Google Translate, choose English in the "From" tab and Spanish in the "To" tab. From iTools translator, scroll down to "Text Translator" and select "English to Spanish" in the "Translate Text from:" field. From Babylon, select English in the first field and Spanish in the second field.

  3. 3

    Copy your text from your English letter, and then paste the text in the provided filed on each website.

  4. 4

    Translate the letter. To do this from Google Translate or Babylon, click "Translate." To do this from iTools, click "Go." All three sites return your letter translated into Spanish.

  5. 5

    Check your translated letter with a Spanish/English dictionary. This step will take some time, but it is necessary to make sure the translator did not return incorrect translation.

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