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CONFUSING COUNTABLES AND NOT COUNTABLES
INCORRECT TIME ELEMENT POSITIONING
VERB - DIRECT OBJECT SEPARATION
INCORRECT PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES
1.1 False Friends - Deceive
USING APOSTROPHES (')
JOINING CLAUSES WITH COMMAS
The word DECEPCIONAR in Spanish means to disappoint. It is often confused with the English word to DECEIVE, which means to mislead.
The Spanish word ACTUALMENTE, which means currently, is often confused with the English word ACTUALLY, which means really.
The Spanish word LARGO, which means long, is often confused with the English word LARGE, which means big.
The Spanish word REALIZAR, which means perform, is often confused with the English word REALISE, which means understand.
Incorrect sentence: Its Davids dogs bone.
Incorrect sentence: There Lluis dogs bones.