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How do you say, "Don't let go!" and "I'll never let go!" in Spanish?

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My friends and I are making an end-of-the-year video project for our Spanish class. We are making short segments of TV shows and movies in Spanish for the video, and one of these will be "Titanic." We would like to use the above phrases from the movie in our clip, but we need to find out how to say them correctly in Spanish. Thank you for your help!

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updated ABR 3, 2010
posted by katierose

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No te vayas! Don't let go! Nunca dejaré que te vayas! I'll never let go!

updated ABR 3, 2010
posted by inuyaki
"No te vayas" is "Don't go (away)". - Gekkosan, ABR 3, 2010
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"Don't let go" is "¡No te sueltes!"

"I'll never let (you) go" - "¡Nunca te soltaré!"

updated ABR 3, 2010
posted by Gekkosan
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