I would like to know... is it possible to use the infinitive "encontrar" in this sentence to replace "descubrir"?
Word reference says you can, and they are very close synonyms. I would say yes, but the computer may say no.
ustedes van a encontrar mi dinero o yo voy a romper sus dedos y cabezas y piernas. ¡Creer me, ustedes no quieren a hacer me enojado!
Um, no. I´d like to keep my money to myself, thank you.
It makes sense to me. Maybe you have buried money in the back yard and you say: "if you dig around the rose bushes, you are going to discover my money."
Does that help? If you aren't a native speaker, I can give you more examples or break down the sentence grammatically for you. Send me a message on my profile and I'll help you. :-)
....The corrected version of this I was given actually started with "Y'all will..." Not sure that a southern dialect contraction is the best way to interpret a different language. Not incorrect, just...unusual.
Ustedes is the plural "you" so I guess it's correct, I thought something more informal like "y'all" would be more equivalent to vosotros though