Tips and Tricks

How do I translate Chinese to English in Google Sheets?

How do I translate Chinese to English in Google Sheets?

To get started simply enter a word in one language in a cell, and then use the formula =GOOGLETRANSLATE(cell with text, “source language”, “target language”) in another cell to translate it. You can even drag the fill handle at the bottom of the formula cell down to apply this formula to more than one cell.

How do you get HanYu Pinyin?

Open “Region and Language”. Change to the “Keyboard and Languages” tab then click “Change Keyboards…” button. From the “Installed Services” group, highlight “Chinese (Traditional) – New Phonetic” then click “Properties…” Change to the “Keyboard” tab, then choose “HanYu Pinyin” and click “OK”

What’s the most accurate Chinese translator?

Google Translate is easily the most accurate, comprehensive, and widely used of all the translation apps available. Google Translate offers voice and text translations into more than 50 languages and doesn’t require an internet connection.

What is your name in Pinyin?

你叫什么名字? Nǐ jiào shénme míngzì? “What is your name” (literally: “You called what name?”)

How do I translate Chinese characters to English?

Select appropriate input and output options by clicking on the “Show Options” button. Such as removing certain characters to clean up the input for translation. Select the Chinese character output – Simplified or Traditional characters and font size. Click the button “Translate English Now”.

Is Google Translate’s new pinyin converter better than before?

When Google Translate ‘s Pinyin converter was first released about a year and a half ago, it sucked. Wow, did it ever suck. Since then, however, Google has instituted some changes. So it seems about time this was reexamined. Fortunately, Google’s Pinyin converter is now much better than before.

What is the best pinyin input for PRC?

Sogou Pinyin, a free PRC Pinyin input, appears to be the most popular for inputting Chinese in PRC. It can toggle to output traditional Chinese with the CTRL+SHIFT+F. Pinyin initial is very efficient indeed. For example, sqsj, 山穷水尽:mmhc 明眸皓齿: dht 大会堂。

Is there a way to input characters in Cantonese?

A tiny group of people use Jyutping (one of the available Cantonese Romanizations) to input characters. For many Chinese languages, such as Shanghainese and Taiwanese, there are no standardized Romanizations, so it is hardly to be expected that there would be phonetic inputting of characters available for them.