Where can I find Mexico Pledge of Allegiance in both English and Spanish?

This is needed for a school project.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    This is it:

    Bandera de México,

    Legado de Nuestros Héroes,

    Símbolo de la Unidad

    de nuestros Padres

    y de nuestros Hermanos.

    Te prometemos:

    Ser siempre fieles

    a los principios de

    la libertad y la justicia,

    que hacen de Nuestra

    Patria la Nación

    Independiente, humana

    y generosa a la que

    entregamos nuestra

    existencia.

    I´ve never seen a translation of it, but I´ll do my best.

    Mexican flag

    legacy from our heroes

    symbol of the unity of our parents **

    and our brothers **

    We promise you:

    To be always loyal

    to the principles of freedom and justice

    that makes this an independant,

    human and generous nation ,

    to which we dedicate our existance.

    I hope it helps.

    **In spanish the word "padres" and "Hermanos" mean parents and brothers but in this case, parents might be translated to "our ancestors" and brothers might refer to the fact of considering all country men as brothers and sisters so you can edit it if you want.

    • Yahir5 years agoReport

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    4 years ago

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    Oh no ! your 2nd grader can say something in Spanish. Quick to the barricades !!! Honestly, English or Spanish she probably doesn't even know or care what it means. And if she did, saying it in one language or another would not alter its significance. One suspects that the real problem here is that you are afraid your daughter can say something in a language you don't speak. EDIT- Reading some of the other responses is good for a chuckle. Boy, am I glad I live in the real world outside the US of A. In my world speaking multiple languages is considered a good thing and is expected of anyone with a measurable IQ. You could, of course, make this particular problem go away by doing away with reciting the pledge in public classrooms....

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