🌍 Announcing…translations in 12 languages

Published on
May 5, 2023
Updated on
May 5, 2023
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Written by
Alastair Budge

Exciting news. We have just launched live translations in 12 languages. Great news if you speak Español, Deutsch, Polski, Italiano, Français, Türkçe, Português, 日本, 中文, Čeština, Русский or عربي!

🌍 Announcing…translations in 12 languages
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OK, this is a big one. I’m thrilled to announce that we now support live translations in 12 languages.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Go to any podcast episode
  2. Choose your language
  3. Double click on any word or highlight any sentence (in the transcript OR the subtitles)
  4. See an immediate translation in your chosen language

Here’s a video of it in action:

This is really exciting as it now means you can follow along and instantly get a translation of a word or phrase you don’t understand.

No more pausing to look up words in a dictionary - the translation is right there on the page for you.

This is available now for all members on every podcast episode.

That’s over 100 hours of content and over a million words of authentic advanced English, now with instant translations in your mother tongue.

We currently support these 12 languages: Spanish, German, Polish, Italian, French, Turkish, Portuguese, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Czech, Russian, and Arabic.


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