What's the best Chinese-English software?
Thread poster: polaatx
Feb 19, 2010


My project requires translating a Chinese newsletter to English every few weeks. We would like to use software to accomplish as much of the work as possible before a human translator gets involved.

The Google translator at http://translate.google.com/# does well translating the words but not placing the words in the right order.

Are there other software (local or online) that would do a better job -- or is the inability to place words in the right order endemic to all Chinese-to-English software?

What is the most reputable Chinese-to-English software out there?

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Google is the best Feb 19, 2010

I have tried quite a lot MT tools and believe Google is the best. However, you may be interested in www.freetranslations.com, which is hosted by SDL or http://babelfish.yahoo.com/.

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