The main thing with when looking for a method of language translation is to look at what you have that needs translating. Do you have an email, or a long document that needs to be translated? You also have to determine if this is a document that needs professional care. If it does, than a professional translator must be brought in.
My first suggestion is to pay a qualified professional to do your translation. A search on the Internet for “Italian translator” should bring back an abundance of results that will put you in the right direction. Although your computer is capable of translating most documents, the human professional uses the language daily and is aware of the slang and the grammatical correctness of speech. Therefore at times the use of a professional would be better utilized than using the computer.
If you are going to use a professional translator then you should check the accreditation, and the professional agency that the translator is affiliated with. For those individuals that just need a small letter or an email translated the use of the online software should be perfectly acceptable.
Another option is a public library. A library is likely to have some information on Italian translation. The bigger the library, the more services they will offer. They will not only carry books but audiotapes and cd’s will be available as well. Using the library is always free and there are plenty of employees to ask for help. Even if the items you need are not at that library, sometimes they can be sent in from another library for you to use. If the items you need are currently checked out, you can sign up to receive notification when they are returned and they can be held for you.
Last but not least why not consider using a college. There are many colleges that offer Italian language courses. Check out at any private, public, or community college for the courses they to offer. Some online colleges may also offer the same courses, but you can study them from home. This is more of a way to learn a language, not only to translate but also to communicate. Some of the professors may also be able to give some new ideas on where to find more tools and services for translating Italian.
Always remember there are some free Internet sites that offer translation and others that may charge a small fee. There are many language translation tools that you can purchase as well as using the Internet search engine translation tools. Consider also some of the software packages that can be downloaded free from the Internet.
The best thing to do is to try out several of them and have them translate the same document and see if there are major differences or if the document translation is similar. That way you can narrow down the sources available and use the one that will work best for your particular document.
Do a little research and you can find the right translation tool for Italian, Spanish, and other languages.
Other sources for learning Italian:
Consider learning this fantastic language with the help of the Best Interactive Audio Course for Learning Italian – ‘Rocket Italian’.
BYKI™ software is another online tool to learn Italian language more effectively, this software also used to learn other languages like German and Spanish etc.
Lingo Basics is a series of e-books that help to learn the Italian language. It will educate in the aspects of pronunciation, basic phrases, time, weather, food, colors, directions, numbers, pronouns and verbs and etc.
Italian for You, ILUSS, ‘Oggi e Domani’ (the interactive course that makes Italian easy to learn), Cyber Italian, BBC Languages – Learn Italian. These online courses help you to learn the Italian language.