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You can have your mechanic pull the valve cover. Loosen the bolts that hold the cam(s) in place and do a compression test. If one or more cylinders is low on compression the motor is junk. If the compression test is fine reinstall the cam and replace the timing belt and you should be good to go.
Could be bent valves. Was the motor running then stoped? Broken timeing belt? You need to remove the top timeing cover unless yu can see the camshaft through the the oil filler cap. have someone crank motor & you see if cam turns. If not = broken belt & may have bent all your valves. You can also do a cylinder leakage test to see where the compression is being lost (inlet, exhaust, rings, headgasket)
It is probably the alternator. I have had alternator's that were bad test good. If the alternator is not fully charging the battery than you will continue to have the issue. I think it is best to go ahead and change the alternator.