It is translated into Chinese as "現在為什麼C ++使用了更快的語言(Go)?"。

For me, it seems not close. I feel its Chinese translation should be "現在有更快的語言 (Go),為什麼還要用C++?" Or, I feel in English, it's close to "Now, since there is faster language (Go), why is C++ still used?"

Could anyone rewrite this sentence into simpler English or translate it into Chinese?

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    It's obvious that Google translation has still room to improve.
    – Stan Huang at Taiwan
    Aug 3, 2017 at 1:29
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    I don't know Chinese, and this question seems to relate to a translation into Chinese that wasn't good. However, it isn't clear what the English question is. You restructured the English version into an equivalent sentence, so you understand the meaning of the original sentence. It seems like the question is how to translate an English sentence into Chinese, which isn't really on-topic.
    – fixer1234
    Aug 3, 2017 at 4:02
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    This sentence of English is from Quora's question.
    – Stan Huang at Taiwan
    Aug 3, 2017 at 5:39
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    Is Go faster than C++...?
    – Blaszard
    Sep 2, 2017 at 20:03
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about understanding an English sentence, not learning Chinese.
    – NS.X.
    Sep 7, 2017 at 20:33

3 Answers 3


as a native chinese,I prefere your translation is correct.


Your translation seems fine. Here's my try at translating this sentence into Chinese:

Why is C++ used at all now that a faster language (Go) has been created?


The original English sentence should probably have been stated similarly to how we are translating this in Chinese, where we mention the Go programming language first:

Now that we have a faster language (Go), why is C++ used at all?

This way the context of the question "why is C++ used at all?" is clearly given first.


现在已经开发出了更快的语言Go, 为什么还要使用C++.

Because Go is not developed for system level usage, it is not supposed to replace C++.

Rust is the one. Use Rust.

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