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Hi, I am preparing for a spanish skit for my class. Can someone check if this translation is correct.

You have a great smile and great hair to match it. --> Tienes una gran sonrisa y el pelo muy a su altura.

thanks

  • Spanish -

    el pelo muy a su altura? = hair very at your height?

    What you should do is write the Spanish and then what you believe to be the English . For a skit, this is certainly not long enough!

    Sra

  • Spanish -

    Incomprensible la segunda parte. Match= aparejar, empatar; pero en este caso seria mejor igualar.

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