All online translators are very litaral, so most teachers can tell if you used one. However, here is the best one on the web: http://www.babelfish.altavista.com/
Make sure you get your teacher to go over what you wrote before you turn it in.
Also, check spanish-english /english-spanish dictionaries because they contain some phrases.
you might want to take a look at htt://m.askvelazquez.com
it's a 250,000 word Spanish-English English-Spanish dictionary made for the iphone web browser. The company is also coming out with a downloadable app soon.
Report AbuseWhere can I find a free online English to Spanish translator?
I think there is one right here on yahoo. i think it is called.... babel.Where can I find a free online English to Spanish translator?
This is the one I always use
R.I.P. Latino is absolutely right. Online translators are not good.
What you get at the end makes no sense at all.
I wouldn't use them if i were u. They say they will traslate full phrases because they will. But NOT the right way, they will translate ur phrase the way u typed it and tell u it in spanish. But when u read the phrase in spanish some of it won't make sense.
Do not trust on line translators!!! They make no sense at all. I'd suggest a good dictionary, for instance Oxford Spanish Dictionary. I'm a translator and I use it a lot among many others.Online translators do not translate coherent phrases. Be carefull!!!