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O-REW 6: learn.dvorak.nl

the tenth teeth stun these nuts»


O-REW 4: Romaji.org

(Links at the bottom)

Unfortunately, Google Translate only works with moonrunes, that we can’t understand, can’t write, can’t copy, can’t see, can’t hear, can’t eat, and can’t smell if it were in a bathroom three feet away from us.

Thus, I offer the new, and improved, solution to all your Japanese needs that doesn’t require things that you can’t smell if it were in a bathroom three feet away from you!

This post isn’t about bathrooms, I swear»


O-REW 3: Google Translate


To foster multiculturalism, all elements of this site are transferred from numerous diverse languages, such as Polish, Azerbaijani, Yiddish, and Swahili.

After a long delay, the fourth edition of O-New’s Review of Entertaining Websites is finally out – but this time, instead of entertainment, we’re looking to functionality.

Have you ever had to translate something?

WELL GOOGLE TRANSLATE IS YOUR ANSWER, REGARDLESS OF HOW UNCREATIVE MY ADVERTISEMENT SKILLS ARE.

Google Translate saves your preferences, so when you open it next time, it’ll have the same translate from- and to- languages.

With a hefty database of fifty-six languages, every major language is included (and a few minor ones too).

What’s more, it loads quite fast; no ads, no subscriptions, and…

NO OTHER STUFF OK

What’s more, Google Translate has its built in ‘instant’ function, so now you can search INSTANTLY, because hitting the enter key takes too much work for some of us.

Is this a filler post? Maybe so.

But remember – whenever you need something to translate, you should always use, GOOGLE TRANSLATE.

IT RHYMES SO NOW IT’S 10x EASIER TO REMEMBER TOO