24 more languages and dialects have been added to Google Translate’s list of supported languages and dialects.

Starting on May 11, you’ll be able to use Google Translate to translate a variety of new tongues into your native tongue, making it easier for people to obtain direct translations in places like Bolivia, Chile, India, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, and many more. An additional 300 million people, including many indigenous tribes, will be able to use one of Google’s most effective free tools thanks to the addition of new languages and regional dialects.

The full list of new languages that Google Translate now supports is provided below:

About 25 million people in Northeast India speak Assamese. About 2 million people in Bolivia, Chile, and Peru speak Aymara. Around 14 million people in Mali speak Bambara. About 50 million people in northern India, Nepal, and Bangladesh speak bhojpuri. Fiji About 300,000 people in the Maldives speak Dhivehi. About 3 million people in northern India utilize dogri. About 7 million people in Ghana use ewe, and Around 7 million people in Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina, and Brazil speak Togo Guarani. About 10 million people in the northern Philippines speak Ilocano. Around 2 million individuals in Central India speak Konkani. About 4 million people in Sierra Leone use Krio. Approximately 8 million people, predominantly in Iraq, speak Kurdish (Sorani). About 45 million people use Lingala in the Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Republic of South Sudan, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Angola. About 20 million people in Uganda and Rwanda speak lingua franca. 34 million people use Maithili in northern India. In Northeast India, over 2 million people use Meiteilon (Manipuri). About 830,000 people in Northeast India use Mizo. About 37 million people in Ethiopia and Kenya speak Oromo. About 10 million people in Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, and neighboring nations speak Quechua. About 20,000 individuals in India speak Sanskrit. There are around 14 million Sorani Kurds in South Africa. Around 8 million people in Ethiopia and Eritrea speak Tigrinya. 7 million people use Tsonga in Eswatini, Mozambique, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Ghana has approximately 11 million users of Twi. As these 24 new languages are the first to be added utilizing Zero-Shot Machine Translation, Google also claims that this marks a technical milestone for Google Translate. This machine learning model, which is described in an in-depth Google AI blog post , can translate between two languages without ever needing to know or see the other language.

Google Translate new languages

Although not a perfect solution, Google will keep adjusting and enhancing the precision of contextual translation to match German and Spain. In light of this, Google is still looking for more language support and Translate Contribute tool review of Translate.

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