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    May I ask a question?

    I'd like to know which of two sentences is correct?
    If they are correct, what is the difference?

    1, Look out, a car is coming
    2, Look out, there is a car coming

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    Re: May I ask a question?

    The first one appears to have more urgency to it. ("Look out!" would normally be an interjection.

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