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‘Google’ adds 5 new languages to the Translation Service
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“Google” adds 5 new languages to the Translation Service
The company “Google” America today added five new languages for the translation service of her “Google Translate”, to exceed the number of languages supported by the service 70 languages.
And includes languages that have been added today, “Bosnian” the official language of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the language of “Alsebeoanah” which is one of the languages used in the Philippines, and “Hmong”, a language spoken by some in China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, and the United States of America , as well as the second most spoken language in Indonesia, the language “Javanese”, relative to the island “Java”.
It is noteworthy that “Google”, which today has added 5 languages bringing the number of speakers of languages that have been added today up to 182 million people, and they have done a few weeks ago to add the language “Khmer” It is one of the official languages of Cambodia.
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