How To Translate Articles Into Your Preferred Language? (UPDATED)
Football nowadays is an 🌎 international game which not only attracts a global supporter base but also the players that make up the teams come from many different countries and regions. A prime example of this can be seen if we look at 3 matches that took place yesterday across three of the biggest ⚽ football leagues in the Europe.
In 🇬🇧 English Premier League, Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Chelsea FC 2-1 and in the starting line-ups, there were as many as 9 different nationalities represented.
In 🇪🇸 Spanish La Liga, Real Madrid won against Athletic Bilbao 3-1 and among the 22 players that started the game, we could spot 7 unique countries being represented.
In 🇩🇪 German Bundesliga, Werder Bremen lost to Borussia Dortmund 1-2 and in total the starting players` nationalities combined to 12 individual countries.
Therefore, we can see that modern football indeed is a global game and one of the key things a manager and players of the club has to consider is how to best communicate with each other.
Learning Additional Language
In such as situation as mentioned above where various different nationalities are present, it is important to find a common language in which to communicate. By learning additional language you not only increase your skillset and gain advantage over others but also your listening skills and memory improves in the process. More so, by speaking another language, you improve your chances of learning something new about different cultures and people which can help you better navigate your life in the future.
Depending on where your career in football or life itself takes you, the chances are you will need to speak English. It is the third most spoken language in the world and the number 1 most common language in the Europe. If you are one of the people who dreams of playing or working in the English Premier League, then one thing that is in your control to prepare for the potential situation is to develop your language skills. It might seem like an unrelated thing to your football abilities, but if you have watched All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, you would have noticed how Spurs` biggest signing in the club`s history, French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, struggled to adapt to life in the UK for a whole season due to language and culture barriers.
Find Common Language With Others
The ability to find common language with others goes a long way. It allows you to meet new people and build positive relationships. It gives you the opportunity to access broader spectrum of information to educate and develop yourself. And most importantly if you are a football player it will allow you to better understand your own teammates or players from other teams when you travel to an international tournament for example. If you are a minute.coach platform user, it allows you to speak with other players from different countries to exchange ideas, challenge or compete against one another in football abilities or theoretical knowledge.
How To Translate Any Article Into Your Own Language?
It is super easy and quick to translate any article that you desire and there are four steps that you need to take in order to do so.
1. Use Google Chrome Browser
The first thing that you need to do is make sure you are using Google Chrome internet browser.
If you don`t have it installed in your computer, you can download it for free and set it up in less than 5 minutes from here: download Google Chrome
Once you have set it up, open minute.coach platform and locate the article that you want to read.
2. Click on Translate Icon
Once you have opened the article that you want to read, locate the translate icon which can be found on the top right corner.
As you move your cursor above the icon, you will see ‘Translate this page’ text pop up.
Click on the icon and select in which language you want to translate the article to.
3. Right-Click Anywhere on The Page
Another way that you can translate the article is by right-clicking your mouse or touchpad anywhere on the webpage screen and locate ‘Translate to ___’ option (in our case it says latviešu but it will differ based on your location).
By clicking on this, it will automatically start to change the text to your preferred language.
4. Read in Your Preferred Language
And here you have it! The page has magically translated into a completely different language in less than a minute.
You can always experiment and try to translate the article into another language if you want to but we would recommend you to try and learn English as it will benefit you in multiple ways in the long term.
How to Translate Text Using Google Lens?
Another option for you to better understand articles on minute.coach platform, text in the foreign books or even if you need a help with your maths homework is to use Google Lens app.
Google Lens allows you to search whatever you see, get things done faster, and understand the world around you—using just your smartphone camera or a photo.
When directing the phone’s camera at an object, Google Lens will attempt to identify the object by reading barcodes, QR codes, labels and text, and show relevant search results, web pages, and information.
For more information, check out Google Lens website – https://lens.google.com/