otherwise, failing that, go onto the spanish yahoo and ask your question there, i've done that with a french expression and got my sentence translated by native french speakers, hows that for brilliant?|||alta vista|||Hey, have you tried www.dictionary.com/translate ? I used it a lot when I studied French and German (that's if you want to translate words, and not something some one is saying - i.e. you don't want a person as a translator)
- Oops just tried loading it in a web browser and it didn't appear to work, however there is www.google.com/translate -
But just to say, if you do use it, put it in word using the symbols because they don't have a function with inserting symbols on it, and if you put i a word they don't recognise it translates exactly as you wrote it!!
I think if you want a person to translate, try advertising it around student areas - especially Graduates / Post Grads. I'm sure they'll appreciate the experience, even if they're not being paid for it.|||try sdl.com|||freetranslation.com