My letter wasnt completely translated. What can i do?

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I got a letter from my child and it wasnt completely translated. I’d like to know what she is saying. How can i go about this?
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I enjoy seeing what pictures she is drawing me as well. There is no translation as to what the picture that she drew me is either
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Good morning Jenna! Compassion will take care of this in an official sense, but since I can read this, I can let you know what it says.

The translation is actually very close overall. The answer to number 2 is translated, but it got stuck onto number 1! So the question about why you are a teacher and whether you like it is actually the translation to 2.

The drawing is described as "a dog".

The only thing I find a little different is the prayer requests, which I would translate as "Pray for me and my family that we would stay in good health. Pray that God will bless our activities." It's the same essence as the translation you were given, but worded differently.

It looks like your child is very responsive to what you write and your questions. That's great!
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Sorry, I missed a line (as did they). In the first section, it finishes with "Thank you for the Merry Christmas, I am very happy."
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Thank you so much!! I’ll have to remember those and write it down
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I saw the question marks and wondered if the questions from 2. were put at the end of 1. If you look, there are not questions at the end of 1 in the non-translated part.

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Ah yes that makes sense Thank you