When people don't understand each other it creates a form of segregation since people will go to other companies or places where they are understood and where they can understand other people. I'm sure some would prefer this because it can be time consuming to try and understand a person who does not speak English well enough to be understood by the average person and for them to understand the average person who is speaking plain English. Ok, so we go back in time and can now get through the day without having to repeat things several times or have them repeated to us because no one understands each other.
Is there a way this universal existence can find a way to allow anyone who speaks a different language to be understood without an interpreter anywhere?
Yes, by using the iLanguage Voice Interpreter. You may ask what in the world is that? The i Language Voice Interpreter is a portable audio device that attaches to your phone's speaker(the part you hear from and the transmitter(the part you talk in to). Through it's internal memory and language/voice recognition, the iLanguage Voice Interpreter recognizes any language that is heard through the phones speaker and then translates that language through it's own internal speaker so that anyone answering a phone call with the person on the other end speaking another language, can now understand what the person is saying. Now that you understand, what the person is saying; how do you respond back since you don't speak any other language but the one you were taught as an infant? All you need to do is to speak slowly in to the phone to allow the iLanguage Voice Interpreter to understand your voice and what you are saying so that it can then translate your voice in the other language to be understood by the person on the other end.
The iLanguage Voice Interpreter is equipped with full speech recognition, a large language dictionary/translator, and phrase translator. The iLanguage Voice Interpreter speaks in English,Spanish, French, Italian, dutch, German ect. For example you can set the iLanguage Voice Interpreter to translate from Spanish to English(when someone is speaking to you) and then from English to Spanish(when you are speaking to someone else). The iLanguage Voice Interpreter can translate and communicate in almost any language.
The iLanguage Voice Interpreter is even useful in employment and customer service applications. For example: you work in a medical office and a patient arrives to the office without someone to translate for them; although you stated that no one in the office spoke his or her language. This is when the iLanguage Voice Interpreter comes in handy. You simply turn the iLanguage Voice Interpreter and select the language that needs translation eg. French to English. You then put the iLanguage Voice Interpreter on speaker and the allow the individual to speak into it. The iLanguage Voice Interpreter will become the real time interpreter for that patient as it allows the doctor to understand what the patient is telling them with the iLanguage Voice Interpreters large translation dictionary, speech recognition and phrase translator. To translate a language to that of the patients, you just select what language that needs to be translated eg. English to French, and the iLanguage Voice Interpreter will translate the voice of the physician so that it can be understood by the patient. I would be ideal to have 1 iLanguage Voice Translator for the patient, 1 iLanguage Voice Translator for the front office and 1 for the physician in order to have an office that is equipped to accept patients who do not speak English and are without someone to translate for them.
With the iLanguage Voice Interpreter there needs to be no barrier between the languages. Stores, hospital emergency rooms, police departments, ambulance, lost in a car or need directions while in a new or unknown place or even when calling 911; no one need ever to be without urgent help or assistance with the use of the iLanguage Voice Interpreter.
Help and everyday assistance need not be segregated and it no longer has to be with the iLanguage Voice Interpreter. And most of all every medical office can say they have language interpreters available!