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[bit.listserv.deaf-l] Deafness information on the Internet
Section - 6. I am not proficient in English

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In the past, you could read Web pages only in the language in which they
were written.  In the case of the DEAF-INFO Web site, this meant that
you could read the information only in English.

However, recently, Web translation engines became available.  While I cannot
vouch for the correctness of their translations, you may give them a try.
One such translation engine is available in the URL

      http://babelfish.altavista.digital.com/cgi-bin/translate

I hope that in the future there will be more translation servers on the
Internet, and that they will be of higher quality and cover all languages
of the world.

P.S.:  If you know about more translation servers which should be mentioned
in this FAQ, you are welcome to let me know.

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