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    Okay so my very serious girlfriend is Mexican and is bilingual, but I am white and I only speak a little spanish. I've been wanting to propose for some time now and we both know we'll be getting married as soon as I ask, the problem is I need to ask her mom for a blessing and her mom only speaks spanish. I don't trust google translate to translate an entire paragraph correctly so I'm coming here hoping someone can help me out! If it helps any, we live in Texas and the spanish is pretty informal.

    I love your daughter more than anything in the world. I want to take care of her and protect her for the rest of my life. I want nothing less than to marry her, and I want to ask for your blessing. She means the world to me and I can't imagine being happy without her. I want to have a family with her with beautiful children and I want to come home to her every single night. If you could please give us your blessing, I know she will make me the happiest man that's ever lived.
    I also want to let her know not to tell her daughter I have asked for her blessing so I'll need the follow up translated

    Please do not tell her that I asked for your blessing, I want the proposal to be a surprise.

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    Here you go man, good luck! Sounds like you guys have a good thing going as long as you're both over at least 20 I totally back ya'll up .

    Yo amo a tu hija mas que nada en este mundo, yo quiero cuidarla y protegerla por el resto de mi vida. No quiero nada mas que casarme con ella, y quiero pedirte por tu bendicion. Ella significa el mundo para mi y no puedo ni siquiera imaginarme estando feliz sin ella. Quiero tener una familia con ella con hijos hermosos y quiero llegar a casa, a ella todas las noches. Si tu podrias darnos tu bendicion por favor, se que ella me hara el hombre mas feliz que ha vivido.

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    Por favor no le digas que te pedi tu bendicion, quiero que la propuesta sea una sopresa

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    Okay so my very serious girlfriend is Mexican and is bilingual, but I am white and I only speak a little spanish. I've been wanting to propose for some time now and we both know we'll be getting married as soon as I ask, the problem is I need to ask her mom for a blessing and her mom only speaks spanish. I don't trust google translate to translate an entire paragraph correctly so I'm coming here hoping someone can help me out! If it helps any, we live in Texas and the spanish is pretty informal.



    I also want to let her know not to tell her daughter I have asked for her blessing so I'll need the follow up translated

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    Buena traducción Carla, aunque yo la haría un poco menos literal:

    "Amo a su hija más que a nada en el mundo. Deseo cuidarla y protegerla por el resto de mi vida. Quiero casarme con ella y quiero pedirle su bendición. Ella es el mundo para mí y no puedo imaginar la felicidad sin ella. Quiero formar una familia con ella y tener hermosos hijos, y quiero regresar a casa y verla todas las noches. Por favor, denos su bendición, sé que ella me hará el hombre más feliz del mundo.

    Por favor, no le diga que le pedí su bendición. Quiero que la propuesta sea una sorpresa."
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