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    Exclamation Ayuda para traducir frase correctamente!!

    Hola! Como están? Les pregunto. Quiero traducir correctamente una frase al ingles. En español lo diría así:

    - "Saca al león dentro de ti" o ""Saca al león que esta en ti"

    Es para un canal de Youtube de motivación y no se si lo traduje correctamente, es por eso que necesito ayuda.

    Mi idea era colocar así:

    - "Take out the lion inside you" o "Take out the lion that is in you"

    ¿Es correcto eso gramaticalmente?
    Last edited by David_Alejandro; 10-06-2018 at 07:45 PM.

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    Hello David

    Both your versions are grammatically correct ( I prefer the second) but what is the context? Are you being motivated to be more self-confident?

    If you want to become more affirmative or self-confident then "RELEASE the lion inside you" (release implies letting the lion escape or freeing it )".

    You could also say "Turn loose the lion...."
    Last edited by vicente; 10-07-2018 at 07:13 PM.
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    Default Re: Ayuda para traducir frase correctamente!!

    I agree with vicente!

    "Release the lion inside you", in my opinion, is the best way to go.

    Good luck!

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    Default Re: Ayuda para traducir frase correctamente!!

    You could even go with "Unchain the lion inside you"

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    Yep!! Unchain has an even better connotation.

    I like tiger rather than lion. Unchain the TIGER in you!! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicente View Post
    Yep!! Unchain has an even better connotation.

    I like tiger rather than lion. Unchain the TIGER in you!! LOL
    You're right! Tiger in English has the same connotations as león in Spanish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicente View Post
    Yep!! Unchain has an even better connotation.

    I like tiger rather than lion. Unchain the TIGER in you!! LOL
    UNCHAIN THE TIGER IN YOU!
    That actually really pumped me up

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    ¡Esa frase me recuerda MUCHO al Tigre Tony, de las Zucaritas!

    La frase original era They're grrrrreat!, pero (en una de las versiones) en español se tradujo como ¡Saca el tigre que hay en vos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by solg View Post
    ¡Esa frase me recuerda MUCHO al Tigre Tony, de las Zucaritas!

    La frase original era They're grrrrreat!, pero (en una de las versiones) en español se tradujo como ¡Saca el tigre que hay en vos!
    Tuvieron que cambiar toda la estructura de la oración. Como se conservaría el "grrrrrrreat" en español?

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