Google Translate Translates Book Titles

Hey! Ho! What’s up readers? πŸ˜„πŸ“šπŸ’• How is your weekend going so far? 

This is what happens when you translate book titles using Google Translate. (Because Google Translate translates word for word)

From English to Japanese to Korean to Chinese to Russian to French to Italian to Spanish and back to English.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 

Large Animal, Where?


The Hunger Games

Games of Fame


To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

This First of All Children Love


A Quarter of


Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Only Children at Home Miss Residents


The Five People You Meet in Heaven

Five People are Satisfied with Your Paradise


Catching Fire



P. S. I Still Love You

You are Still in Love Me to the 


My Not So Perfect Life

Perfect Life I Am Not the Case


A Court of Wings and Ruin

And Wings of the Court Destroy

Can you guess the original title of these books in English? Write it down on the comment section below. ☺

1. Torch at Night

2. We Stars Fault

3. All Light Location

4. Brutal Songs

5. Candles Again

*Disclaimer: Google Translate may not be the best at translating phrases and sentences because it translates word for word but it comes in handy when translating words. I do use it when translating Japanese into English at school. So thumbs up to Google Translate. πŸ‘

Did you have a good laugh? I hope I made you smile! πŸ˜„ I’m sorry for the amateur editing. πŸ™‡

Cheers to more books to read! πŸ“šπŸ’•

Flexi ❀

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