About Spanish Translator
You've seen the television travel programmes, you've read the glossy magazines, and you’ve even looked the places up on the Internet. The one thing holding you back from jumping on a plane? You don't speak the language. Yes, as English-speakers, we've all been to ‘foreign places’where we didn't speak the language ; maybe we’ve even just spoken to the locals in much slower and much louder English, in the hope that somehow this would make them understand. Thanks to modern technology, this isn’t how it has to be. Armed with a Spanish translator, you can learn short phrases, such as the all-important ‘Where's the nearest bar?’, and ‘Where can I find a hotel?’. Many translators are two-way, meaning that when someone answers you in Spanish, you can type it in and see exactly what they are saying. Some of the high-end translators can even scan text in and provide an instant translation, which could be particularly useful in restaurants to make sure you don't order a dish that may sound great, but ends up being an unpleasant surprise. So rather than using the age-old ‘speaking slower and louder’ routine, which tends to annoy the locals, bring out a Spanish translator. At the very least, this will be seen as a courtesy, demonstrating that you are serious in trying to speak with them in their own language. You'll generally get a much better reception and it can also be a great way of ‘breaking the ice’ in unfamiliar places with unfamiliar people.