Hello, I work in healthcare and occasionally we get some only Spanish speaking child patients (between the ages of 3-9) and I can converse with them for the most part, and get mine and the doctor's point across, however I would like to learn to say a few behavior management and encouragement phrases and would love any help from the translators. I have tried online translations via Google, etc... even I know that their version makes no sense, ! Thank you for your time!!
1. You are doing so well!
2. You are such a great patient!
3. Almost done!
4. It takes longer for us to finish if you keep kicking and screaming!
Now this is a toughie, and saying this one in English works everytime that's why I desperatley need the spanish version:
5. " The less you move and around and fight and/or resist us, the faster you'll be able to go home!"
Again, I would appreciate any help and translation with these, and I thank you for your time! Have a great day!