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Google translate gives me this:

Kann ich mit jemandem sprechen, der Englisch spricht?

Is that correct or is there a better way to say it?

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    What are your doubts? That's perfectly fine to ask so. – πάντα ῥεῖ Jan 9 at 11:09
  • I had bad experiences with Google translator before, so I wanted to make sure the translation is correct, thanks! – tvs Jan 9 at 11:17
  • Google translate has an extensive phrasebook. Standard phrases are usually translated perfectly. – Janka Jan 9 at 13:59
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    In order to avoid "bad experiences with Google translator", use deepl.com . You'll be pleasantly surprised. – multiplex et liber Jan 9 at 14:22
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Yes, that is perfectly fine. You might also check asking someone to speak english for one to one conversations.

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