- What I mean by that is, see the way we have Gregg Braden and Gregg Braden (slovensky)? You can create a new page and call it Soy boy (language) with "language" replaced with whatever language you are translating into. - Rairyu75 (Talk) 20:24, 3 February 2021 (UTC)
WelcomeI assume you speak English, as you would have had to understand the English soy boy article to translate it.
Is “soy boy” a term used in Portuguese speaking countries? How would you translate the phrase “soy boy”? It’s currently left in English.
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