When you visit a website that is not in the default system language (English), Google Chrome offers you to translate the web page to the default language set on your computer. It becomes annoying for some users who do not want to see the translate message or notification every time they visit a website in non native language.
Google Chrome has a Language setting section where you can set the browser to stop or continue offering you to translate the web page in non-native language.
Stop Google Chrome to offer you translate web page
To access Language setting, first click three dots line on the top-right corner of Chrome and then click Settings.
In the Settings page, under Advanced option, click Languages to open its options and then click the arrow you can see at the right of the Language option.
When you expand the options for Language, you’ll find an option that says ‘Offer to translate pages that aren’t in a language you read‘, click the switch to turn it OFF (as you can see in the image below).
Now, you won’t see the Translate option while visiting the web pages that aren’t in the language installed on your computer.