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Old June 25, 2013, 01:08 PM
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To speak for someone

"No hablan espanol, estoy aqui para hablar por ellos, y el incidente les paso a ellos"????
"They don't speak Spanish I'm here to speak for them and the incident happened to them."

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Correct if you are going to talk in their behalf. Incorrect if you are going to interpret for them. In which case you use "para" with "interpretar"

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