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    Default Greetings from Argentina!

    Hi everybody! I always read forums but never really joined one... so this is my first time... let's see how it works out!
    Oh, by the way, I'm a translator and interpreter (english-spanish) and I'm really looking forward to becoming a fulltime freelance translator (right now I work for an agency as inhouse translator).
    I hope I can be of help! See you around...

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    Default Need a quick help

    Argentine translation is hard to get on the internet.

    I have an emergency to speak argentine spanish to my mother-n-law that is very sick in Argentina.
    I want to be able to speak short to her on the phone and need translation to do it.

    I want to say:

    Hello MaMa,
    I miss and love you very much.
    I want you to hang in there until I see you soon.
    Remember everyday I give you kisses and hugs.


    Thanks for your help if you can translate for me and if you know of an internet site where I can get the english and argentine text translation right away it would be greatly appreciated.
    shar

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    Smile Welcome!

    Quote Originally Posted by nadiabond
    Hi everybody! I always read forums but never really joined one... so this is my first time... let's see how it works out!
    Hope this will be a good expeience for u!

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    Argentine Spanish is as close to "spanish" as you can get. it,s all the same but with a slightly different dialect. trust me, your mother in law will understand you all the same. Good luck.

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