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comment What's the best way to inform a pedestrian or fellow cyclist that I'm about to pass them?
A bell is the right term in English. And I'm thinking very seriously about buying one (even though I think it will look funny on my cyclocross bicycle... :)
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revised Are there any studies regarding the future viability of the inverted question mark (¿)?
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reviewed Approve Are there any studies regarding the future viability of the inverted question mark (¿)?
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asked What's the best way to inform a pedestrian or fellow cyclist that I'm about to pass them?
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comment Are there any studies regarding the future viability of the inverted question mark (¿)?
I have edited the title of your question to be more along these lines. I hope it's still within the spirit of what you are asking.
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revised Origen de “mano” para denotar primero
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revised Using “datos” to refer to specific points
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asked “Leading him/her on” in Spanish?
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reviewed Approve “I need to work on…” for a general sentence
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comment Comparing two opposing things
This may be scemantis, but in English you also cannot compare opposites; you can only contrast them. Which is what your statements actually do. "My friend is more intelligent than you" is actually a statement of contrast, not of comparison.
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asked Meaning of “que ni que”
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comment Marmot vs Groundhog
For things like this, where a word is only used in an area where Spanish is not natively spoken, it's common to use the native (English, in this case) word. I could very easily see a Spanish-speaker living in the northern U.S. say "Ayer vi un Groundhog".
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