Sinhala (සිංහල) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by the Sinhalese people of Sri Lanka. It is spoken by over 16 million people worldwide both as first and second language.
For those whose first language is not Sinhala, typing and translating English to Sinhala can be difficult. There are many websites and agencies that provide online and offline translation and interpreting services. Those services can either be expensive or if it is free the quality of translation is often poor and unreliable.
While it makes sense for paying professionals to translate highly specialized subjects and official documents - there is no need to pay for translating commonly spoken words and phrases. For this our online software can be used.
Our translation software gives you high-quality translation results for FREE. This is because it uses a powerful Google translation API to instantly translate sentences between English to Sinhala. You can use our tool to translate up to 500 characters per request. But the good news is you can make unlimited requests.
While the translation result is not always 100% accurate - with a few modifications it can be pretty accurate. We have also integrated a Google Input tool which can be used to easily edit or modify the translated Sinhala text. Besides, this software is evolving and improving every day and shortly we hope it can produce near to perfect translation.
We have also integrated functionality with which you can download or copy the translated text and either share them on social media or use on Word Processing software (such as Microsoft Word) for further formatting.
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You can easily translate English words, sentences and phrases into corresponding Sinhala.For E.g.
Typing "First recorded use of Sinhala was discovered in 200 BC in a rock carvings." will be converted into "ප්රථම වරට වාර්තාගත සිංහල භාවිතය ක්රි.පූ 200 දී ගල් කැටයමකින් සොයා ගන්නා ලදී."
You can also use this software as a dictionary to convert English to Sinhala.For E.g.
Beautiful meaning in Sinhala will be "ලස්සනයි (Iassanayi)"
Brave meaning in Sinhala will be "නිර්භීත (Nirbhita)"
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Just like in many other cultures around the world, in Sinhalese culture, greeting people and pleasantries are an important aspect of their social ritual. They are a small conversational dialogue that helps to establish connection, build relationships and make conversations more enjoyable.
Besides, if you are planning to travel to Sri Lanka then you can also find essential phrases to help you communicate with locals for day-to-day and general activities.
Hello. / Hi.
ආයුබෝවන්. / හායි.
(ayubovan. / hayi.)
How are you?
ඔයාට කොහොම ද?
(oyata kohoma da?)
I am fine. And you?
මම සනීපෙන්. එතකොට ඔයා?
(mama sanipen. etakota oya?)
What is your name?
ඔයාගේ නම කුමක් ද?
(oyage nama kumak da?)
My name is Aaditya.
මගේ නම ආදිත්ය.
(mage nama aditya.)
I am pleased to meet you.
ඔබව මුණගැසීම මට සතුටක්.
(obava munagaesima mata satutak.)
You are welcome.
ඔයාව සාදරයෙන් පිළිගන්නවා.
(oyava sadarayen piligannava.)
Excuse me. / Sorry.
මට සමාවෙන්න. / සමාවන්න.
(mata samavenna. / samavanna.)
Yes. / No.
ඔව්. / නැත.
(ov. / naeta.)
See you later.
ඔයාව පසුව හමුවෙන්නම්.
(oyava pasuva hamuvennam.)
Do you speak English?
ඔයා ඉංග්රීසි කථා කරනවා ද?
(oya imgrisi katha karanava da?)
I don’t speak English well.
මම ඉංග්රීසි හොඳින් කතා කරන්නේ නැහැ.
(mama imgrisi hondin kata karanne naehae.)
I speak a little Hindi.
මම ටිකක් හින්දි කතා කරනවා.
(mama tikak hindi kata karanava.)
Do you understand?
ඔයාට තේරෙණව ද?
(oyata terenava da?)
I don’t understand.
මට තේරෙන්නේ නැහැ.
(mata terenne naehae.)
Please speak slowly.
කරුණාකර සෙමින් කථාකරන්න.
(karunakara semin kathakaranna.)
Please say it again.
කරුණාකර එය නැවත කියන්න.
(karunakara eya naevata kiyanna.)
I am looking for the Hotel.
මම හොටෙල් එක හොයනවා.
(mama hotel eka hoyanava.)
How can I get there?
මම කොහොමද එතනට යන්නේ?
(mama kohomada etanata yanne?)
I would like to book a room.
මම කාමරයක් වෙන්කරවා ගැනීමට කැමතියි.
(mama kamarayak venkarava gaenimata kaematiyi.)
How much is it per night / person?
එය රාත්රියකට / පුද්ගලයෙකුට කොපමණ වේද?
(eya ratriyakata / pudgalayekuta kopamana veda?)
Can I change money?
මට මුදල් වෙනස් කළ හැකිද?
(mata mudal venas kala haekida?)
I would like to buy a wine.
මම වයින් එකක් මිලදී ගැනීමට කැමතියි.
(mama vayin ekak miladi gaenimata kaematiyi.)
How much is this?
මෙය කීය ද?
(meya kiya da?)
Can I have a receipt, please?
කරුණාකර මට රිසිට්පතක් ලබා ගත හැකිද?
(karunakara mata risitpatak laba gata haekida?)
Left. / Right. / Straight.
වම. / හරි. / කෙලින්ම.
(vama. / hari. / kelinma.)
Transliteration is a process of transferring similar-sounding words from one language to another. To give you an example, typing “obava hamuvima satutak“ will be transliterated into “ඔබව හමුවීම සතුටක් “.
Whereas, translation is a process of converting the written word from one language to another. For E.g. converting text written from English to Sinhala.
Our online translation software uses either Google, Microsoft, or Yandex to translate word, sentence, and phrase from English to Sinhala.
Whenever you enter words, sentences, or phrases in English and click on the “Translate” button, our software sends a request to Google, Microsoft, or Yandex for translation.
Their backend system uses some of the cutting edge technologies such as artificial intelligence, Web APIs, Big Data, etc to perform higher quality translations, and send back the response in Sinhala.
All this process just takes a split second.>
At a moment you can only use our Sinhala translator online.
However, you can download and install Google Translation Chrome extension tool on your Google Chrome browser.
With this, you can either translate the entire page you are browsing by clicking the translation icon on the browser toolbar. Or, you can also highlight and right-click the section of the text, and click on the “Translate” icon to get the translation result in a language you have chosen from the drop-down menu.
Our Sinhala translation software uses automated machine-language technology provided by Google or Microsoft. As humans are not involved, in some cases it will miss the context and cultural nuances of the language.
Having said so, our translator is useful for those who need help framing the sentence and get a general idea of what the sentence or phrase is conveying the message. With little modification, you can get near to perfect translation. We have also embedded Sinhala transliteration, with a help of which you can easily edit, modify or add Sinhala text.
Furthermore, the Google and Microsoft Translation API is evolving every day and as time goes by the translation result is going to be pretty accurate.
Yes. Our translator is 100% free.
However, we have few restrictions in place to ensure that robots or automated software are not abusing our service.
At any time you can translate up to a maximum of 500 characters per request. But you can make unlimited requests provided that you don’t misuse our software.
You can use third-party services, such as Yandex to translate words or sentences embedded in images or graphics.
Alternatively, if you are using a smartphone, you can download the Google Translate app that allows you to translate a picture. For this, you need to give Google Translate access to your camera. Once this is done, you can open the Google Translate app and tap on the Camera icon to translate any text on the picture.
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