One of the cool perks of Google Voice is that they write down your voicemails so you can archive them, search for them, basically use them like email. I haven't been able to use that functionality because no one knows my Google Voice number, but someone accidentally left me a message on my account the other day. My language skillz have atrophied since I stopped living with Spanish-speaking illegal immigrants (that's another story altogether), but I'm pretty sure I'm better than Google.
Here is a line-by-line analysis of the voicemail transliteration. The Google version is on top, followed by what I believe the lady actually said.
My idea, so you might be on the court deadline
Maria, soy yo, Mariana, como te va?
and if that we think wanted to know whether to get some of the
Bien. He esta ahorita encontre tu numero de telefono.
day on Monday the 30th.
Queria llamarle ese dia
I don't know inquiries tile when I came up on things.
pero no lo habia encontrado. Dame una llamada cuando
Temple tickets of this and I'm gonna leave you a
tengas tiempo. Se que eres una persona MUY
call. Talk to you know but no Cadillac in.
ocupada, pero, um, no te voy a quitarle
Most of the info.
Okay, Hi, this is in the new it's been a lot of people. I guess.
Okay? Ojala que estes bien, y espero que hablo contigo pronto. Pues, adios.
PS: If you Google Image Search "no hablo espanol" you get a bunch of shirts like the one above, basically telling Spanish speakers that THIS IS AMURRICA YOU BETTER SPEAK ENGLISH HURRRR. We sure do keep it classy, no?