Translate into a language that is more familiar and easier to understand
This feature retrieves and displays the selected text in a language that is more familiar and easy to understand. This can be done using an inbuilt or a web-based Language Translator tool by copying the portion of text that needs to be translated and feeding it to the translator tool which would then display the translated text.
Discussion by Disabilities
Cognitive, Language, Learning Disabilities & Low Literacy
For people with cognitive, learning, and language disabilities or literacy problems, translating text into a language that is familiar to them helps them understand the text easier.
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