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Posting questions in greeklish (Greek words in Latin script) in not allowed on this forum. (Also, there is a 12 word limit according to the rules). But there is a solution so that you can convert AND translate. Also, text in greeklish usually comes from SMS messages and the like, and hardly merits the attention of a human translator, hence, beyond the scope of this forum.

How to translate Greeklish text (Greek in Latin characters) using machine translation.

1. Go to Greeklish to Greek converter to convert to proper Greek.
Paste your greeklish text in the box. Press Ελληνικά. It will convert it into Greek. Copy the output.

2. Use http://translate.google.com to translate the output.
« Last Edit: 02 Feb, 2015, 18:16:23 by spiros »


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Please note that the first site to which you linked, Greek grammar by Neurolingo, is not displaying anything. You may need to update your post.

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And to me (computer in U.S.). Try a different browser.
« Last Edit: 05 Aug, 2014, 16:46:38 by billberg23 »
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