Translating English into Predicate Logic.

I'm having a lot of trouble with translating this statement into predicate logic and I'm not sure how to go about it anymore. I'll give an example of what I think but any help would be much appreciated.

There is a child who has a parent that owns a restaurant that employs every teenager.

The predicates are child, parent, owns, employs, teenager, and restaurant.

$$\exists w \exists x \exists y \forall z ((\operatorname{child}(w) \wedge \operatorname{parent}(x,w) \wedge \operatorname{restaurant}(y) \wedge \operatorname{teenager}(z)) \implies \operatorname{employs}(x,z) \wedge \operatorname{owns}(x, y))$$

I'm almost positive this is 100% wrong but this is only my third day translating english statements to predicate logic, so please forgive me. I really need help.

Thank you.

• Please use variable names that make sense. C for child, P for parent, R for restaurant, T for teenager. It will make things much easier for you too. Nov 6 '13 at 3:10
• @DanielV I'm not sure how it would make things easier. It's just simplifying the names of the predicates, that's all.
– user41931
Nov 6 '13 at 3:49

EDIT: Now that you changed it, it says there exist $w$, $x$ and $y$ such that for some $z$, if $w$ is a child and $x$ is that child's parent and $y$ is a restaurant and $z$ is a teenager then that parent owns that restaurant and employs that teenager. For example, the statement $$(child(w) \wedge parent(x,w) \wedge restaurant(y) \wedge teenager(z)) \implies employs(x,z) \wedge owns(x, y)$$ would be true whenever $w$ is not a child or $x$ is not $w$'s parent or $y$ is not a restaurant or $z$ is not a teenager.
$$\exists w \exists x \exists y \forall z \ child(w) \wedge parent(x,w) \wedge restaurant(y) \wedge owns(x,y) \wedge (teenager(z) \implies employs(x,z))$$