Anybody fluent in Spanish?


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Hi Guys. Do any of you speak and write fluently in Spanish?

I need to know if this Google translation is correct or not? I am making some photoshop stuff for someone.

Okay here is the translation "Oramos por todos los de Monterrey y de México."
Does that say "We Pray for Monterey and all of Mexico."?

Thanks fellas.
 
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Look, to the correct point, it is not. It should be:


Oramos para Monterrey y todo el Mexico. <------- This is a transliteration of We Pray for Monterey and all of Mexico.

Who/what exactly are you pointing this letter to? If something happened in those places (bombing or terrorism), then it should be like this:

Oramos para Monterrey y todos en Mexico. <------ That means you're referring to people/habitants.


:)
 
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Look, to the correct point, it is not. It should be:


Oramos para Monterrey y todo el Mexico. <------- This is a transliteration of We Pray for Monterey and all of Mexico.

Who/what exactly are you pointing this letter to? If something happened in those places (bombing or terrorism), then it should be like this:

Oramos para Monterrey y todos en Mexico. <------ That means you're referring to people/habitants.


:)
Yes sir it is for a woman who wants to print some stuff for the people who were just killed in that Casino attack. So... "Oramos para Monterrey y todos en Mexico" is the one I want?
 
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Yes sir it is for a woman who wants to print some stuff for the people who were just killed in that Casino attack. So... "Oramos para Monterrey y todos en Mexico" is the one I want?
Correct.


By the way, don't call me "sir". :p
 
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By the way, don't call me "sir". :p
I know you are young but if you are male then sir is just formal. Now if you prefer "miss" then that would be something to correct but I cannot tell that from your profile.
 
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I know you are young but if you are male then sir is just formal. Now if you prefer "miss" then that would be something to correct but I cannot tell that from your profile.
Lol. I am male and young, that's why I told him not to call me sir. Not that I want to be called Miss. :D
 

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