I Love you
How are you?
I’m fine and you?
Niko sawa na wewe?
What is your name?
Jina lako nani?
My name is Omari
Jina langu ni Omari
Pleased to meet you
Nimefurahi kukutana nawe
Excuse me / Sorry
Samahani / Samahani
Habari za asubuhi
Habari za mchana
Have a good journey
Do you speak English?
I don’t speak Swahili well
Sizungumzi Kiswahili vizuri
I don’t understand
Please speak slowly
Tafadhali ongea polepole
Where are the restrooms?
Vyumba vya mapumziko viko wapi?
Can I change money?
Je, ninaweza kubadilisha pesa?
How much is this?
Hii ni bei gani?
It’s too expensive!
Ni ghali sana!
Please say it again
Tafadhali sema tena
Left / Right / Straight
Kushoto / kulia / moja kwa moja
For E.g. typing:
"Around 35% of the Swahili vocabulary comes from Arabic."
will be translated into
"Takriban 35% ya msamiati wa Kiswahili hutoka kwa Kiarabu."
"Hope" meaning in Swahili will be "Tumaini"
"Culture" meaning in Swahili will be "Utamaduni"
Kiingereza Hadi Kiswahili - Our English to Swahili translation tool is powered by Google Translation API. You can start typing on the left-hand text area and then click on the "Translate" button. Our app then translates your English word, phrase, or sentence into Swahili.
The translation only takes a few seconds and allows up to 500 characters to be translated in one request. Although this translation is not 100% accurate, you can get a basic idea and with few modifications, it can be pretty accurate. This translation software is evolving day by day and Google Engineers are working on it to make Swahili translation more intelligent and accurate. Hopefully, one day it will produce near to perfect translation!
The Swahili language is widely spoken. More than 60 million to over 150 million people around the world speak this language. For the rest who cannot speak the Swahili Language, translating Swahili to English could be quite difficult. Many websites provide services to translate Swahili for a few dollars. While it is a good idea to pay for translating lots of text (such as books, articles) and for professional service, there is no point paying for commonly used sentences, greeting messages, and other informal use. For these purposes, this tool can be used.
You can copy the translated text and then share them either on social media such as Facebook, Twitter or email it to your friends or family.
If you have any suggestions, and the translated sentence is way too funny then please share with us on our Facebook page. Finally, don't forget to give us a like and share it on Facebook with your loved one.
Our translation service either uses Google or Microsoft to translate the text you have typed in English.
Whenever you type a word, sentence or phrase in English - we send API requests to either Google or Microsoft for a translation. In return, they send back a response with a translated text in Swahili.
Their system uses machine-language technologies to bring together some cutting edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (deep learning), big data, Web APIs, cloud computing etc to perform higher quality translations.
No. At a moment you can only use our Swahili translation online.
However, you can install the Chrome extension tool called Google Translate by visiting Google Translate Chrome Extension link.
Once this translation tool is installed, you can highlight and right-click the section of text and click on the "Translate" icon to translate it to the language of your choice. Furthermore, you can translate the entire web page by clicking on the "Translate" icon on the browser toolbar.
It supports over 100 languages.
With this tool you can type in English and get in Swahili. This makes typing in Swahili natural as you don’t need to remember complex Swahili keyboard layout. Please visit: Google Input Tool for Swahili to use this tool.
This Swahili typing tool is FREE. Additionally, you can email the text you have typed to anyone - including yourself.
Online Swahili unicode tool will automatically convert any roman text into unicode Swahili. Whenever you type any letter, you will get additional hints to make your typing easier.
Swahili speech translation service is provided by both Microsoft and Google. They both use their own cognitive services to translate spoken words and phrases into a language of your choice. For some languages, you will hear the translation spoken aloud.
Microsoft Translator in particular powers speech translation features across its products which can be used for Live Presentation, In-Person or Remote Translated Communication (such as Skype), Media Subtitling, Customer support and Business Intelligence.
Our Online software doesn't have a feature to translate English Text from an Image.
If you have an Android or iPhone & iPad you can use your phone’s camera to translate signs or handwritten English notes with the native Translate app. Follow this instruction guide.
For others and if you are using desktop and personal computer - you can use a well established third party website to do this.
We recommend, Yandex English Image Translator.
Yes. This Eng. to Swahili text translation is absolutely FREE. You can use our translation tool for both personal and commercial use.
However, we have the following restrictions:
These restrictions are placed to ensure that robots or automated software are not abusing this facilities.
As explained earlier, the machine-language technology is used to perform the translation. This translation software is evolving every day and as time goes by the translation is going to be pretty accurate - especially for commonly used phrases and sentences.
At the moment, it is not perfect but our translation software is useful for those who need help framing the sentence and get a general idea on what the sentence or phrase is conveying the message.
For those who would like accurate translation - there are plenty of websites that provide human translators for translating English to Swahili.