I would say something is better than nothing... maybe [temporarily] something minimal.
I have seen a million marketing sites, and honestly, someone aught to make a business of editing their work for typos, how unprofessional, and man, doesn't everyone have spell check these days?
I think it's awesome that you are working towards bi-lingual sites... I am also bi-lingual, and look forward to having sites in English [my 'native' language] and Spanish, my passion.
If I were at the point you are at, I would believe that my product,service has value to people of different languages as well, and from experience, it seems folks are happy for the effort.
As it stands now, any English speaking visitors to your site are cutting and pasting, at least the URL of the page, into English in GoOgle Language... you aught to see the butcher job they do!
Last time, Something, with effort, love and respect is much more valuable to your English speaking customers... even if it's just a link to GoOgle Translation tools!
Love and LIght,