In the movie Training Day, starring Denzel Washington, there is a scene where he is talking to his son. I have been wondering what he said to him. I am not sure if I am spelling it right; but this is what I believe he said in spanish: Como esta vion? En padas mi? Esta graciendo promicito crasion. If any of that makes any sense to any one, could you translate it for me'
I need a translation
He asks his son how hes doing Then says hes growing well and when his son agrees, he says, u promise
Your first line reminds me of the occassion when a pilot, shortly after landing, reported to the service engineer that the plane was acting "funny".
On the repair sheet the engineer reported back "had a serious talk with the plane, told it to stop mucking about and to behave more seriously in future".
vion could be avion (airplane)
graciendo might be haciendo (making or doing)
promocito maybe prometido (promise)
based on that
¿Cómo esta el avion? how is the airplane?
esta hacendo prometido ? He/she is making a promise '
Sorry, Bil, doesn't make sense.