Multi Language Words Needed!

Hey guys! Wondering if ya’ll could help a girl out here.
I’m looking for phrases in different languages to use for my story. Of course credit will be included :hugs: :v:.

How do you say the following:

Summary
  • Need these in Romansch and German/Deutsche pls
    “She will never know what’s coming.”
    " I am coming for what’s mine"

  • Need this in Italian:
    “It’s good to see you”
    " How long are you in town for?"
    “And who is this handsome young man”
    “Grandma, stop”
    “I’m only here for a week and you know even though I’m here on business, I always come and visit you”
    “You and your father- always working and always business”
    “But at least you are not like your brother. I’m proud of you”
    “English please, we don’t want to be rude to our guest”

  • Any language
    “Cheers- let’s celebrate”
    “Look at them, he looks a little older than her. She’s just with him for the money”
    “Excuse me, I’ll have you know that I don’t need a man for money. I could buy this city if I wanted to, than you could afford a cheap pair of knock off Designer bag and shoes!”

Thanks :kissing_heart:

Spanish:

  • Salud! Vamos a celebrar!
  • Velos, el se ve un poquito mayor que ella. No sera que solo esta con el por su dinero?
    *Perdon? Que te quede claro que no necesito un hombre por su dinero. Podria comprar este cuidad si quisiera, de lo que tú podrías comprar un par de bolsos y zapatos de diseñador baratos.
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I can do Italian.

It’s good to see you
Italian: è bello vederti

How long are you in town for?"
Italian: Quanto tempo sei in città?

“And who is this handsome young man”
Italian: E chi è questo bel giovane

Grandma, stop”
Italian: Nonna Stop

I’m only here for a week and you know even though I’m here on business, I always come and visit you”
Italian: Sono qui solo per una settimana e sai, anche se sono qui per lavoro, vengo sempre a trovarti

“You and your father- always working and always business
Italian: Tu e tuo padre, sempre al lavoro e sempre affari

“But at least you are not like your brother. I’m proud of you”
Italian: Ma almeno non sei come tuo fratello. Sono fiero di te

“English please, we don’t want to be rude to our guest”
Italian: Inglese per favore, non vogliamo essere scortesi con i nostri ospiti

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thank you so much :hugs: :v:

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Really appreciate this! thank you :v:

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