You’ve learned that the API’s explorer let’s you try out the API that your application exposes through endpoints. Google uses the API’s explorer in the same way, to let you investigate the API that are publicly available for the service that it provides. For example let’s consider Google’s translation service. You can go to translate.google.com to translate text from one language to another, right in the browser. Hm, wonder what lemon cake is in Spanish? Pastel de limon. I wonder if I said that right? You can use the browser like this to do translations. But you can also write applications that do translations, using the translate API. You can try out the translate API using the APIs explorer. It’s easy to find the API explore for Google’s public APIs. Just search for it. Here it is, first result. When you go to the APIs Explorer. You see the list of all the APIs that Google provides for developers to use. You can search, or scroll down to the translate API, and click it. Then you see the functions that the translate API exposes. These are functions that you, the developer, can use in your own applications. ‘Kay now it’s your turn to try at the translate API, using the APIs Explorer. So go to the APIs Explorer for the translation service. To find out the meaning of the name Gundega in English. Gundega is our instructional designer for this course. You could use the language.traslations.list function to translate text. Set the target language to en, which stands for English. When you figured out what Gundega means in English, write it in this text field here. When you submit a translation, you can tell the translation service what the source language is. Or you can let it try to figure out the source language for itself. So, one more thing for you to figure out, is what is a source language for Gundega. When you’ve figured that out, go ahead and check the appropriate check box.