Lost in Translation

100% of us have used google translate or some form of translator device at least once while doing our language homework. If you say you haven’t you are simply lying to yourself. The trouble is translators such as these although useful in a way can lead things to go terribly wrong. Check out the link below…
and because of this before every translator website fully loads it should say this:
DISCLAIMER: the translating software is to be used with caution (and should be thoroughly checked) and any resulting offence that occurs due to this translation is at the fault of the user and not the site.

see below…



1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. chtok
    Dec 10, 2012 @ 20:24:58

    Where’s the link, Chanel?


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