When learners contact me to ask a question about a clearly confusing word, it is typically a challenging expression connected to false friends.
A simple definition for a false friend is a word that is often confused with a word in another language because it looks or sounds similar, but has a different meaning.
When I was studying Spanish at University, I made a big boo-boo with the word 'embarazada', which means pregnant, but I thought it meant embarrassed.
In this video pill, we explore the verb 'to anticipate'. Può facilmente ingannarci...state attenti!
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