It doesn't have to be that way though.Google Home Page and all smart screens that use Google Assistant can serve as a fast and efficient translator through its interpreter function. The Google homepage provided the best experience, as it has real-time versions on the screen. You can see what you said on the screen and how it is interpreted.
Regardless of which device you use, Google Assistant's tweak translations are much better than Google Translate, it seems, and much faster when you get to the translation. Here's how to use interpreter mode.
Translate to communicate
To start the twilight mode, say "OK, Google, put on the tweak mode." The assistant asks you which language you want to use.
When you tell you a pop sound is heard. This means that the assistant listens and is ready to translate. Talk as you normally would, pause each pair of sentences to let the assistant come in and translate.
Limit to Tolerance
Unfortunately, you cannot use the Twilight mode while in conversation with the same device. So if you use Google Website to translate, you will need to use the phone to make and reverse calls.
Language that can be translated
So far, Google Home Hub can translate 26 different languages. Here is a full list of supported languages: