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    Default Help with greeting our exchange student!!!

    I wish to say "Hello, God bless you my daughter." I kind of know some but I wish for it to be correct. Please help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sistermc
    I wish to say "Hello, God bless you my daughter." I kind of know some but I wish for it to be correct. Please help.
    Hola. Que Dios te bendiga, mi hija.

    Pronounce "mi hija" as if it were one word, not two. ("mija") And give her a hug. That'll let her know that you mean what you're saying.

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    Thank you so much!!!!

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    Another question. Is this translation for Latin America or Spain? She is from Mexico.

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    Hi, Thomas' translation could be used in any Spanish speaking region

    You can also say "Hola. Que Dios te bendiga, hija mía".

    Best regards


    Truly, my dear young friends, you are a chosen generation. I hope you will never forget it.
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