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Old May 18, 2017, 10:08 AM
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Can anyone from a Spanish household answer these questions in Spanish?

Thanks so much, 2-4 sentences

Questions:
● ¿Otros miembros de su familia viven con usted como un niño?
● ¿Donde aprendiste la mayoría de los valores de?
● Su familia favor el más viejo niño o todos los ninos igualmente?
● ¿Era dependiente en tu familia cuando era un nino?
● Que es un differencia con la familia de Hispánica y la familia de los Estados Unidos?
● ¿Con qué frecuencia asistes a los celebraciones como un niño?
● Quien cuidaba de tu cuando era un nino?
● Cuánto conoces a tus familiares?
● Hizo su padrino juega un papel importante en tu vida?
● ¿Que de sus padres trabajaba y que se quedaron en casa?
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There are several errors in these questions. It's hard to tell what you want to know on a few of them.
If this is homework, we can help you formulate the questions so that someone who isn't bilingual can understand them.

All questions in Spanish must begin with an inverted question mark.

I don't believe you want to say 'like a child' ('como un niño') in some of your questions. And I think you know the 'nino' is not the same as 'niño'.

cuando era niño = when you were a child

You keep switching persons. When addressing another person, either use second-person formal or second-person familiar.

'Favor' is not a Spanish verb.

¿Cuál es la diferencia entre ...? = What is the difference between ...?

There are many more things that need fixed.
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