Translate Handwriting with Google Translate for iPhone 6
Edited by Grimm, Rushell, Eng
You're watching VisiHow, and today I am going to teach you how to translate your handwriting using the Google Translate application on your iPhone 6.
- 16This is how the application works with more standard script characters like we have in the majority of languages in the world. When you're writing Chinese characters, and Japanese, or when you're writing in Korean, or any language that is not a standard character, sound language, where there are thousands of possible combinations in a given alphabet, you need to write the letters the way that they are taught to be written. In Chinese, for example, there is only one way to write certain things. If you want to write the word person in Chinese, then you need to write it exactly the way that it is written.
- 18If you write the characters the wrong way, you'll see that we got a little caret mark because that's how it works. The program expects that the letters would be written in particular because that is how they are written. The only people who write Chinese letters differently usually are artists. Even then, that's because a particular character written a particular way has a particular set of meanings or a sense behind it. In this case some characters can be apart or together as we discussed earlier with the woman and son characters. We'll try and write the Chinese characters for woman, for example, and then we'll write the Chinese character for son.
- 21Whereas, as we showed you earlier, these two characters apart mean woman and son. Collectively, in the language, the ideology behind that is that a woman and a son is a good thing together. So it's good. Everything's okay as a woman and a son. Let's click the x at the top right corner to close this screen.
- 23What we've done here is we've shown you how to use the handwriting function for a standard dialect, or standard alphabet, language, and then for a more complicated or more complex language, and we have tried to explain some of the nuances of how that works in terms of translating handwriting. This concludes our tutorial on how to use Google Translate for translating handwriting, and we'd like to thank you for your time, and hope that we have been able to help you. If you have any questions or comments, let us know in the section below, and we'll do everything we can to address them. Let's finish up by pressing our Home button, which will take us to our Home screen. Let's go ahead and do a double tap on the Home button. Then we can close open applications by sliding them up. Thanks for watching VisiHow. Have a great day.
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