How can I say in Argentinian, Colombian, and Mexican SPANISH the Following Words?

Please, translate these sentences into Spanish. Please, don’t use electronic translators such as Google translator, etc. 1) car, bus, cupboard, wardrobe, bedroom, livingroom, stove, refrigerator (Argentina) 2) car, bus, cupboard, wardrobe, bedroom, livingroom, stove, refrigerator (Colombia) 3) car, bus, cupboard, wardrobe, bedroom, livingroom, stove, refrigerator (Mexico) If you know in …

10 Points!!! Spanish help!! (Latin American Spanish) Must be fluent!?

Will someone please translate the quote below into Spanish? No fakes please, and don’t use babelfish or any other translator. (Preferably a past or present resident of a latin american country) if you learned spanish in america than that doesn’t count. Please Help!!! "Thanks, but I actually don’t speak spanish …

10 Points!!! How do you say these sayings in Spanish? (Latin American Spanish)?

Only fluent speakers translate please (residents of latin american countries preferably). Don’t use babelfish or online translator crap. How do you say these in Latin American Spanish: Why do the good die so young… Why are these things happening… No word can describe what I am feeling… I guess it …

What is the most common word for "computer" in Latin American Spanish? "Computadora" or "Ordenador"?

I’m copyediting the Closed Captioning of a math video, to wit, the Spanish-translated text for a math video. The translator wrote "computador" (without the "a" at the end), but the dictionary shows "ordenador"–which is used mainly in Spain, I think. However, the video makers are catering to the Spanish-speaking students …