An example of what we talked about in the previous tip is the following miniphrase,
ESI, curiously, translates this phrase as:
Other translators render it as Baby coffee.
What is wrong here?
The absence, as well as the EXCESS, of accents in words can also cause problems, and this is actually one of those cases. The phrase was sent by an Argentinian user, where it is customary to use the voseo. In the voseo, the mayority of the verbs have an accent. Nevertheless, this is a different type of Spanish and no automatic translator is capable today of recognizing this type of conjugation…so we must not worry about this problem…for the moment.
Taking away the accent from the verb, the phrase –without the accent on the é- is left as Bebe café! → Drink coffee!, which is surely what our Argentinian friend must have meant.