You want to read a foreign language website in your native language? Google Translate can help you do it. And it’s not just single web pages, either. You can browse an entire website in the chosen language, and even change languages as you browse.
How to use Google Translate to translate a web page
Step 1 : You open a web browser and go to translate.google.com. You don’t need a Google account to access it, because it’s free to all.
Step 2 : In the text box on the left, you type in the entire URL (including the http:// or https://) of the website you want to view.
Step 3 : On the right, you choose the language you want to see in the website.
Step 4 : You click url of this web page on the right
Or you can go to web page you want to translate then you use google translate icon
The translated website appears . You can browse the entire website in that language by clicking links on the site — as long as you stay within the Google Translate user interface. The Translate toolbar at the top enables you to do a couple of other things:
From the To drop-down menu, you can change the translation language on the fly.
Next to View, you can toggle back and forth between the translated website and the site in its original language.
You may wonder why some words and phrases are not translated. Google Translate translates only the actual text on a page. Any text that appears in an image is not translated.