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20:49 May 18, 2002
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase:lets get to work
I have to translate this dialog project for my Spanish class. It is a little long, though. Here it is: Hello.
Hello, how are you?
Good and you?
Fine, thank you.
Lets get to work.
Yes, there is a car accident that needs to be investigated.
There were four teens involved. Our sources say they came from a party. Supposedly they were drunk.
They had turned the music volume up to the maximum.
They collided into another car.
They suffered various injuries.
Yes, the passengers have broken arms, legs, and are in a painful condition. The other car's passenger suffered minor injuries.
Is that so?
Yes, only complaints of pain in her back.
Only minor cuts and bruises, then?
Case closed. Where is the doctor?