-> Help Translate Chess.com Text into Other Languages

  • #101

    Ola pessoal do Brazil, gostava de dizer que como outra qualquer lingua, nem tudo se traduz  exactamente de uma para outra

    Ingles para portugues ou o inverso também existem muitos problemas

    Por exemplo Saudade em ingles "nao existe", somente podemos tentar exprimir como I miss you

  • #102

    I did the work for Italian language. Hope this will be helpful.

  • #103

    i can hellp in hebrew if you ever need

  • #104

    I helped with Portuguese and asked Babel Group to help with the other languages.

    Cheers!

  • #105

    I can help you with translating into Chinese (mainland), but the problem is I get "connection interrupted" everytime I click on the link. What to do? By the way, I'm not a native speaker but my wife is.

  • #106
    jootoo wrote:

    wish to translate Chinese but no way to go that link, maybe the link is blocked by China Gov, , so bad.


  • #107

    I can translate to and from Arabic, so am at your service if needed, and yes it's my native tongue besides Persian (not the official dialect, though I do understand it).

    Been waiting for ages for such a project to start! all the best Erik. 

  • #108

    i did the chinese translation, but i don't think it's good enough.

  • #109

    Why do we have to include our usernames? I'm translating chinese...


  • #110
    Chess4001 wrote:

    Why do we have to include our usernames? I'm translating chinese...



    maybe youl get a prize if you are chosen! :)

  • #111

    I speak a second lauguage but can't translate the all the words to chinese. Does that count?

  • #112

    If you need to translate to arabic I'm very ready.

  • #113
    jootoo wrote:

    wish to translate Chinese but no way to go that link, maybe the link is blocked by China Gov, , so bad.


    Yes, same to me :(

  • #114
    erik wrote:

    bump :) seriously - if you speak a second language, please participate!


    What about the Irish language??

  • #115

    no romanian here... bad thing... i could translate in french, but i'm not sure that i can help

  • #116

    I can do Chinese probably...I know my flag is US but my parents are from 中国 :)))))

  • #117

    I guess you don't want Icelandic (300,000 speakers) but if you do then I'm in!Cool

  • #118

    I wish they have Korean. CryI cannot be fluent in American languages. EmbarassedYou can most likely tell. Frown

    Please do not insult my Korean talk.Undecided Koreans, message for you.:  LaughingJouyong ha.Laughing

  • #119
    klandri wrote:

    I guess you don't want Icelandic (300,000 speakers) but if you do then I'm in! Cool

    Hey, I'm not Korean, but I'm Isabelle Lee (Bellz245)'s friend. I am very fluent in English, Russian, and Italian. I hope that you guys can understand her pain...Tongue out

    Anyways, may all of you live to see the day you die. TEEHEE!

    Have a good time playing chess. PLAY ON!!!

    I also agree with the comment above by klandri. Sometimes, people choose the "famous" languages and leave all of the others behind. I bet most of you can relate to this feeling.

    You could say that I don't exactly feel your pain, because I speak multiple languages, but you get my point....

    right?

    Always going to love chess,

    Isabella

  • #120
    paul211 wrote:

    Another thread by whoever with hardly any substance to it.

    All we are asked to  do is translate: " ready to play chess" in a few languages!~!~!????

    Is this the kind of idiotic translation that chess.com is looking for????

    Better to call a translatation company and pay for it for ouch such a simple translation.

    If there was more content, meaning more things to translate, then perhaps it would be worthwhile.

    Better pay for the service than try to read and select the proper translation when chess.com has no clue and waste enourmous time to try to figure out something that they have no clue about.

    A complete waste of my time and more for chess.com that is still counting pennies to meet the budget at the end of the month. 

    This is where the money in the budget is lost at chess.com.

    Useless time spent on posting a forum, and more useless to try to sort out.

    I will leave the decision and conclusion to our experts at chess.com and do hope that wisdom is in their cards. You have to know when to fold...Kenny Roger..


    thanks for the business advice paul. helpful as usual. i appreciate the constant reminders that i have ZERO idea what i am doing. 

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