Multi-language support has always been a hurdle for. For a language assistant to listen to you and execute your he must first understand what you tell him, so support for as many languages as possible is crucial. Fortunately, Google is making progress toward . At Google announced that support for 22 new languages will come by the end of the year (30 in total), as well as multilingual support.
How It Works So you can speak in multiple languages with Google Home ($ 1
How to Make Your Google Home Bilingual
If you add a second language to your Google Home spokesperson, this language will be supported wherever you normally interact with Google Assistant, even on your phone ,
For now, you can only select support for two languages, and you can pair two of the eight existing supported languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese
To add a second language:  Open the Google Assistant app (Android, iOS) and tap the Explore (in the form of a compass) at the top right corner.
Once per second lan When the wizard is added, the wizard responds with the language you spoke to first, meaning you can seamlessly switch between, for example, Spanish and change english.
If you accidentally added the wrong language and wanted to change or remove it, just go back to that menu. You can scroll to the bottom of the list and select None to completely remove the second language.
Not only can you change the language in which your Google Home is spoken, you can also change
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