Translate Back and Forth between Languages

You may translate a text from a foreign language into your native language in order to understand the meaning. If the translation is good, you may get the meaning. Otherwise, it will give you confusion. This is caused by the differences in grammar, including sentence structure, terminologies, and the cultural aspects behind the foreign language.

Before translating back and forth between languages, you need to have the knowledge about those languages. Translating to your native language may be easier; however, you need to use the proper grammatical rule and word when you translate into a foreign language. Some languages share the same word for different meaning. You should be aware of the confusion that may exist from those languages. 

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