Categoría: False Friends

Words that cause confussion because they either look like or are spelled similiar in Spanish.

False Friends — Intend vs. Intentar

False Friends — Intend vs. Intentar English Español Intend = Pretender, tener intención Intentar =Try, attempt Read more →

False Friends — Insane vs. Insano

False Friends — Insane vs. Insano English Español Insane = Loco Insano = Unhealthy Read more →

False Friends — Injury vs. Injuria

False Friends — Injury vs. Injuria English Español Injury = Herida Injuria = slander, slanderous allegation, insult Read more →

False Friends — Inform vs. Informe

False Friends — Inform vs. Informe English Español Inform = Informar, notificar Informe = Reporte Read more →

False Friends — Improve vs. Improvisar

False Friends — Improve vs. Improvisar English Español Improve = Mejorar Improvisar = Improvise Read more →

False Friends — Idiom vs. Idioma

False Friends — Idiom vs. Idioma English Español Idiom = Modismo o frase hecha Idioma = Language Read more →

False Friends — Grace vs. Gracia

False Friends — Grace vs. Gracia English Español Grace = Elegancia, finura Gracia = Wit, humour Read more →

False Friends — Fabric vs. Fábrica

Fabric vs. Fábrica English Español Fabric = Tejido o tela Fábrica = Factory Read more →

False Friends — Exit vs. Exito

Exit vs. Exito English Español Exit = Salida Éxito = Success Read more →

False Friends — Eventually vs. Eventualmente

Eventually vs. Eventualmente English Español Eventually = Con el tiempo Eventualmente = Provisionally, temporarily Read more →

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