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Translation

Postby juliabeam » 01 Jan 2010, 21:55

Can someone translate a letter for me so I can keep in touch with my newly-found family in Italy? I really appreciate any help you can give me

Any suggestions on how I canhave future ,longer letters translated?

Dear Antonio,
I want to let you know how much I think about you & the family. I remember so well our wonderful visit to your home. i only wish we lived closer so we could visit often, & better share love of family.
I hope all of you are well & enjoying this joyful season. I would love to hear from you. Tell me about the new baby! I would love photos
My love to all with a special hug for Maria Teresa , Chiara, & of course, the new baby'
Cousin Julia
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Re: Translation

Postby PeterTimber » 01 Jan 2010, 22:12

Everyone has their own style when writing and this is mine:

Caro Antonio
Penso spesso di te e tua famiglia. Ricordo bene nostra visita e forse
se noi abitavamo vicino a voi altri potremmo passare tante belle ore
assieme.

Spero che vi trovate tutti bene di salute per Natale. Cerco le tue lettere per leggere del bambino (male female?) e forse qualche fotografie del bambino e anche notizie di voi altri.

Tanti Baci a Maria Teresa, Chiara e ilnuovo bambino

Tua cugina Julia

=Peter=
~Peter~
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Re: Translation

Postby juliabeam » 01 Jan 2010, 23:00

Many thanks, Peter. I so look forward to corresponding with my cousins!

Julia
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