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Hi. I have been asked to translate a document for my local parish. How do I know if the document is gramatically correct?

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Hi. I have been asked to translate a document from Spanish to English. My Spanish grammar is rusty and I need to know that my material is grammatically correct. Can this site help me with this?

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updated SEP 21, 2009
posted by valeriejoy43

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Otra cosa que yo le puedo decir, no importa quien le ayude, siempre hay que tener muchos ojos viéndolo para averiguar que es lo más correcto

updated SEP 21, 2009
edited by jonnyt1963
posted by jonnyt1963
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Desculpe my error ... bacherillato : )

updated SEP 19, 2009
posted by jonnyt1963
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Yo tengo mi bacerillato en Espanol y especialice en la gramatica. You hare lo que pueda smile

updated SEP 19, 2009
posted by jonnyt1963
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There's a girl named Samdie here...a bit on the hostile side, but maybe she can help you. wink

updated SEP 19, 2009
posted by ChamacoMalo
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how do you translate "tragacuras" en ingles?

updated SEP 19, 2009
posted by azprez
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That´s a tough call....you could certainly take the time to go through all the courses here to (re)learn all the grammar, better enabling you to do this on your own, but do you really have time for that with respect to the document you need translated? I would also echo JohnJuan's sentiments. If this is an important document, you might be better off going with a professional rather than submitting the document here for a community review process by students wink Still, there are some fluent, native speakers here who might personally want to help you out.

updated SEP 19, 2009
posted by arnold3
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Pues...que no. Mejor que use a traducir mechanico o un traslador professional. Somos todos estudiantes. wink

updated SEP 19, 2009
posted by ChamacoMalo
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I wouldn't see why not. You will have to put the effort into writing it onto this site and then having the gurus help from that point on. Good luck. smile

updated SEP 19, 2009
posted by Jason7R
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