print 'Welcome to the Pig Latin Translator!' original = raw_input("original") if len(original) > 0: and .isalpha("True") print ("original")
You can have multiply conditions in one if statement, general syntax:
if condition1 and condition2: print "do something"
Now, this is what you want to do here, both check if the input isn't blank (using len) and check if all characters are alphabetic (a-z):
if len(original) > 0 and original.isalpha():
then you want to print what the user entered, which you stored in the variable original. So no need to use brackets and quotation marks: