Machine translation (MT) is slower and less accurate than human translation and there is no immediate or predictable likelihood of machines taking over this role from humans.

Nowadays, it is argued that the use of machine
translation
will not overcome human
translation
because it is slow and it sometimes makes some mistakes In
this
essay, I am going to explain the reason why I strongly disagree with the statement and
then
I will give some examples.
Firstly
, I believe that technology is improving
day
by
day
and I am sure that in the future the machine
translation
will be enough developed, without mistakes or imperfections, and for
this
reason, I think that
people
will begin to use that kind of instrument for talking with others in light of the fact that we can speak all languages even if we do not anything about that and we have never heard before.
Although
the
english
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language will continue to be spoken by the majority of tourists, It is important to understand
also
the importance of some instruments because not all
people
can speak more than their native language and for
this
reason, you can dialogue with
people
who come from different countries without problems.
On the contrary
,
this
kind of tool need
Internet
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for searching all the information and sometimes it could be a problem if the signal is low or absent and in my opinion,
this
is the only adverse consequence. In conclusion, electronic instruments are developing every
day
as a consequence that one
day
we will use
the
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machine
translation
because it can be extremely useful when we talk with
people
who do not speak our language and it could
difficult
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to create a speech.
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