Spanish – English False Cognates

Want to avoid embarrassing yourself?  Scan this list, and remember not to say:   “Yo soy muy embarazada!

Why use this list?   This list is a combination of lists that we have accumulated over the past 7 years, blended with the contents from 3 other websites,  making it a bit more comprehensive than any other list we at Yucalandia have found.

Absoluto vs Absolute(ly)   Absoluto is an interesting word.    Alone, it means absolute, utter, complete.   En Absoluto means not at all, by no means, no way.     Absolute = absoluto. Absolutely = absolutamente, completamente, totalmente. . . . (cont)
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Spanish – English False Cognates
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