Topic: Computers can translate all kinds of languages well, we needn't learn more languages in the future.

What is your opinion about this idea?

Essay:

In this digital era, technology has been applied to all areas of life. One of these is the deployment of computers to translate a language. Due to this fact, some people are convinced that we don’t have to study any other languages but our native ones. I’m completely against this view and will discuss the reason in this essay.
Firstly, computer translation can lead to misunderstanding among people. A word in different contexts has different meanings. Likewise, different words can have the same meaning. But the great majority of translation tools only aim to translate a word in the literal meaning, therefore can lead to inaccuracy. Moreover, language is an ornament of thought. Hence, machine translation can interfere with the comprehensive meaning of the message as it cannot transmit the emotion of the speaker.
Another reason that I think learning foreign languages is necessary is because of the benefits it brings about. Language is an expression of culture, via learning a language, people can also learn the culture associated with it. Furthermore, some research showed that learning foreign languages has a beneficial effect on children’s brain development: those with the ability to speak more than one language tend to have a higher IQ than those who are monolingual. Whereas, over-dependent on computers to interpret will hinder our cognitive skills and ability to solve problems as we don’t have to think too much.
In conclusion, although computers attain the ability to convert a language quickly and efficiently, the benefits of learning foreign languages cannot be disregarded.

In this digital era, technology has been applied to all areas of life. (That is not relevant. The opening sentence must relate to the topic. One of these is the deployment (Wrong word. I don't know of any case where a computer was deployed for translation) of computers to translate a language. Suggestion:


Over the past few years, computer translation software has improved to such an extent that it can translate text written in one language to another quite fluently and quickly. Google translate offers this service for many languages and it is completely free. Due to this fact, some people are convinced that we don’t only have to study any other languages but our native language. ones. I’m (Do not use contractions in formal writing) I am completely against this since computers cannot translate every language perfectly and completely and learning a foreign language is useful. view and will discuss the reason in this essay.

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Firstly, First, in spite of the improvements computer translation can still lead to misunderstanding among people. A word in different contexts has different meanings. Likewise, different words can have the same meaning. But the great majority of translation tools only aim to translate a word in the literal meaning, sense, (If you follow with a full clause, it is a comma splice error.) therefore leading can lead to inaccuracy. Moreover, language is more than just words. an ornament (wrong word) of thought. Hence, Machine translation can interfere with the comprehensive meaning of the message as it cannot transmit the emotion of the speaker.


Another reason that I think learning foreign languages is necessary is because of the benefits it brings about. Language is an expression of culture, (comma splice error - your sentence is ungrammatical) via by learning a language, people can also learn the culture associated with it. Furthermore, some research showed that learning foreign languages has a beneficial effect on children’s brain development. Those with the ability to speak more than one language tend to have a higher IQ than those who are monolingual. Whereas, over-dependent (wrong phrase) being overly dependent on computers to interpret will hinder diminish our cognitive skills and ability to solve problems as we don’t have to think too much.
In conclusion, although computers attain (wrong tense) have attained the ability to convert a language quickly and efficiently, the benefits of learning foreign languages cannot be underestimated. disregarded.