Jen2680

Help Translate in French, German, Italian and Spanish

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Hello all,

I am working on a project that requires a request to be translated in French, German, Italian and Spanish.  I've used a translation app but don't trust it completely.  Any help would be greatly appreciated! Here's the situation: a group of study abroad students will be going overseas to work on conversational skills (France, Germany, Italy, Mexico).  What would be a nice written way to ask people, politely, to engage in conversation with these students for the purpose of practice?  Perhaps a translation of "I would appreciate practice speaking (French, German, Italian, Spanish)".  The fewer words the better.  Thanks so much everyone!

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