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    new bike

    I need a new bike but I don't lots of money so I wen to the recycle shop and got a bike there.

    When I tell my friends do I say" I got a new bike"

    It's new for me but it's not new. It's being used.

    Would I say" It's new but not brand new"

    What's the difference between new and brand new

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    Re: new bike

    I needed a new bike but I didn't have lots of money so I went to the recycle shop and got a bike there.

    When I tell my friends do I say" I got a new bike"

    It's new for me but it's not new. It's being used.

    Would I say" It's new but not brand new"

    What's the difference between new and brand new

    I've bought a second-hand bike. - second-hand tells us it's used. If you bought it, then it is new to you.

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