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¿Qué tanto sabes de las llamadas “Tricky words”?

Tricky words o Palabras engañosas.

Hay muchas palabras en inglés que suenan bastante parecidas, o que asumimos son lo mismo que en español por su aparente similitud en la escritura. Es por eso que debemos cerciorarnos de que lo que estemos hablando sea haciendo uso de la palabra correcta, la palabra que si queremos decir.
Aquí te traigo una lista de esas palabras que creemos saber a simple vista.

1. Actually. Ya sé que al verla creerías que es actualmente, pero no, realmente la palabra actually, significa en realidad.

 

2. Carpet. Otra que podrías decir, si la sé. Y es que podrías asociarla con carpeta, pero no; su significado es alfombra.

 

3. Advice. Lo cual no es aviso sino consejo.

 

4. Deception. Lo cual no es decepción sino engaño.

 

5. Letter. Parece ser letra, pero en realidad es carta.

 

6. Exit. La cual creerías que es éxito, pero es salida.

 

7. Pretend. que no es pretender sino fingir.

 

 

8. Soap. Lo cual no es sopa sino jabón.

 

9. Sensible. Y no es sensible sino razonable.

 

 

10. Sympathetic. lo cual no es simpático sino compasivo.

 

Aprende a diferenciarlas, así te evitarás cometer errores cuando uses el inglés. Espero te sea útil esta información y empieces a utilizar la palabra que si es.

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