Looking for the word person instead?
Or, to differentiate between the two slightly different meanings, would it make more sense to say something like:. I'll see if I can take an example and answer it and see if I can enlighten you as to why, but you've really come up with some brain twisters here at least to someone like me; English is my second language and Spanish is my first so the first thing to keep in mind is that our linguistics function differently from a basic level.
The best way to say what you want to say: Are the people of Europe finally waking up?
Mi nombre es James. I can't remember where it was.
Mom, they always make fun of me and call me names. Double-check spelling, grammar, punctuation.
And wouldn't this get confusing if we tried to make this an instruction instead? Sign up with email. Err, sorry to say but you're on the wrong track.
The construction in Yo me llamo Carlos. Send us your feedback. Have a suggestion, idea, or comment? Or something like this: Parece ser que se merece su buena fama.
Works fine at least in Puerto Rico though and the final sentence translates as "No. Thank you. But wouldn't "Se llame Reggie, pero se llame Reg. If this is acceptable, can we use the same idea for others as well?
Or, to differentiate between the two slightly different meanings, would it make more sense to say something like: Post as a guest Name.
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