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Thread: Need Help from Spanish speakers

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    My daughter is working on her summer Spanish homework. The teacher wants them to write a letter of introduction including activities, sports, likes/dislikes etc. DD runs cross-country but we can't figure out how to translate that to Spanish. Any help would be MUCH appreciated!

    Thanks!

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    Super Member C.Cal Quilt Girl's Avatar
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    Not sure I'll be any help.... do some computer word programs have the ability to translate ?? Have never tried it,seems like have seen it.

    Here's a funnie on this topic and true, Had a family member married a lady, most of her family spanish, thought would be nice to include both languages, my resource ended up being a nice man I found at a discount store, don't know why I didn't just ask her, Silly me (again) She was afterwards thankful all were included, Great Party!!

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    Here but the translation may not be totally correct with syntax and such but it is a good place to translate individual words. If you cut and paste from babel fish her teacher may know so a word of caution against that.

    http://babelfish.yahoo.com/

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    Long distance runnng might work better

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    Thank you so much for all of the help! I feel like we have a few places to start now!

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    I can't teach because of my feet now, but I wanted to recertify just in case I get to the point I could sub. I took a beginning Spanish course on line which was definitely not a beginning course. I can't rememeber the name of the on-line translation site I went to, but it was the only way I passed(with an A). There were a few mistakes, but it was okay with me just to get through that experience.

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