Google Translate added the Guarani

Google Translate added the Guarani

Tech giant Google announced that its translator tool will be revamped and will add some 24 more languages ​​to the system. One of the languages ​​to be included is Guaraní, used by nearly seven million people from Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil.

The other indigenous languages ​​to be added are Quechua, used by around 10 million people in Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and neighboring countries; Aymara, used by about two million people in Bolivia, Chile and Peru.

In addition, Krio, English from West Africa, used by some four million people in Sierra Leone, was also added.

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