I've never been able to catch my "French" language. I spent ten months in France in the US Army, spent countless hours at the Champs Elysées cafes and looked at French women's bags in a unique way, just like French women. I enrolled eighteen universities in French, a total of six courses, and I managed to mention A for getting an educational test service in a French language exam. But I did not really mean French.
Apart from the support of "no-doze" and coffee-growing countries in favor of midterms and finals, I have spent a lot of time hating French hate because she never knows French when she is "a fake friend". You see, in French, the Soviets are equivalent to the Spanish revenge, IR and SER. The reason is that there are so many French words that are associated with "fake friends" as in English, but they have a completely different meaning, for example. In spanish: arena (sand, not arena), etno (result, success, not quit) and gracioso, eg (Example: exemplary gratia and tools.)
In fact I thought I should be faced with companions and fake friends while french let's study because the price that mono-language Americans have to pay is that they buy the French from Louisiana Purchase less than three cents per hectare.
So every time you hear the Alaskan Eskimos to break their willingness, remind them how lucky they are to get more than twice as much (seven cents per hectare) from Seward's Folly for the Alaska Purchase than the French paid for Louisiana. Well, I think that explains why the Eskimos did not take revenge on us! After eradicating this long-standing historical misunderstanding, manos la la calculus is in the process of becoming a Spanish student and joining cognates
II. Seven kinds of bitches that support Spanish.
First let me tell you one thing: Do not believe it for a moment that our seven categories have something to do with the so-called "Seven Wonders of the World." So if you're frustrated, stop reading before shopping carts. We have enough killers in this world, "postal", and I do not want to consciously or unknowingly contribute to more waves – some would say they are ugly, but one is unwilling to report about George W. Bush. This is a serious scientific note for Christ! Give me peace!
Here are the seven types I will talk about:
(1) Real companions; (2) similar cognates; (3) Misleading cognates; (4) Preamble A and Cognates A and Cognates B (6) Suffix Cognates and most important (7) Verb Cognates
First Type Cognates
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Real companions are words that contain the same spelling and the same
is in both languages. Should not you learn Spanish?
Of course not! Of those who have made efforts and sacrifices, some have said that they have suffered the punishment and learn the Spaniards that they do not have the sacrifices they have placed before the world's pretexts. Now, work and study in Spanish!
. The real relatives are words such as:
vision normal horror natural humor
total perfume likely deadly normal
terrible terrible organizing sector
unavoidable natural personality ideal formal
"terror" but sincerely I'm tired of hearing the word. We live, or as Addidas did, Hazlo!
If you do not like the title of this article, "Real Cognates," feel free to change your Verisimilitude Cognates. God forbids accusing me of being anti-intellectual. I just simply try to do things simply.
Type of two relatives
You can learn Spanish fast if you get used to the association
to understand their meaning. Similar cognates words have almost the same meaning and almost the same spelling in Spanish and English. I thought I would clarify to the reader that we are talking here in Spanish and in English. I decided to leave the French to the French.
It should be noted that I thought I had decided that the French would leave the French language. did not contain the word "imbécil". I do not want to take a political role!
Types of Three Cognates
Deception of Cognates
The deception of Cognates is a word that is in a similar form but has a completely different meaning. These words are headed down to "Spanish learning has never been so simple". Allow me to completely clarify myself.
here, deceptive neighbors have nothing to do with false and misleading allegations of WMDs, allegations of chemical weapons isolation, and these words have nothing to do with the "intelligence" to the US war against Iraq. So, please do not think I'll make any comments like, "I was not having sex with the woman." I do not think you will have such a meaning in this sense as "you have sex with me, but I never had sex with him" Or I do not know what the meaning of "has" is. Hold on. This is serious. The RICA is all about learning Spanish and not moving away senselessly.
In any case, I never understood the word "yes". So, despite so many smart asss, I had no memory of the lowercase lady. This is not a political path. We speak plain language here! Deception here means what you say, simple deception. If I say, "the old boxing cow," I want you to understand that "the old swinging cow is on the hill," not about the behavior of Capitol Hill's imbeciles. (Oh, the word "i" slipped out!) So, let's go to work. Here are some misleading Spanish personalities. I will not call fake friends because it would not justify the greatness of the French annoyance with our fake friends:
Asistir arena contestar desgracia actual
éxito gracioso café agitar
Four types of cognates
as if you did not know (forgive, write something here)
is a word or word or syllable before a word that modifies it alters or alters the meaning of the word. They fall into two distinct categories. Such prefixes are "des" "in" and "im" in spanish. I classify them as separate categories. The category "des" for the first time:
carnival descansar cuidar descuidar
cargar descargar destornillar torcer destorcer
Type Five Cognates
in Prefix Cognates B
, "in" and
occasionally contain a prefix "un". So, if you know the word without the prefix, then there is no problem with the pre-word prefix:
útil inútil felix infelix discreto indiscreto
Precisely imprecise pedir prevent moral moratorium
Psychiatric emotion difference indifference activo inactivo
Types of six cognates
Suffix Cognates allows you to identify the meaning of English word
is the interpretation of Spanish-language terminology that understands the meaning in English. Perhaps this sort of thing would have been diverted,
because you can learn Spanish and do a lot of things because you are well acquainted with the many vocal mutations you find in this kind of relatives. But can I go first?
Only until I started teaching English (Do not laugh, my college student was English, which explains why the readers are threatening to contract me!) Ticos I have found that many do not know the Spanish "cognato" word meaning.
I put a strange look on the students' face when I first mentioned the word 'cognato'. I continued to the end of the classroom when I was going to say the word "cognato" and the actual cagade! They laughed loudly. They explained that they thought I was a "goat's goose" when I first mentioned them as "cognato" because they never heard "cagnato". I looked up at the word "cagada" and realized that it was "drowning". The students considered that the term "cut-out" was used to explain the words and phrases in Spanish and English which were familiar in Spanish and English; in Spanish I was fully educated and never felt the "street" Spanish language. Well, so much for El Señor Sobrelotodo!
It is very easy for English speakers to recognize Spanish people in their father, tad, cia, ción, sión y, ivo and so on. Ending.
have been identi fi ed in idle time
at intervals of a period of time
at a given time interval
section evasion comisión
The "cia" initials wordpress, not the American supercar, the super spy equipment, and "cia" do not mean that they were crying in the alley, before the coronary. So relax and enjoy the "cia-cio" super express:
differential intelligence experiencia violenza
silencio ambulance tolerance presence
The following ends are equivalent to the English ivo:
] activo pasivo efectivo defensivo
] expresivo destructivo ofensivo cooperativo
There are many, far more cognitive than words and ends. In fact, only the inspiration, imitation, and intelligence of the reader limit them. Listen, last time I mention "intelligence." Intelligence is far less important than inspiration and imitation. So the lazy ass of the world has no excuse not to learn Spanish.
Type Seven Cognates
Finally in the line, with first priority, verb words. These are rocket-propelled
to the student's vocabulary. If the student really wants to run "big dogs, he has to get off the porch"! This area, where at least half must leave, to leave the parents' study.
You are reading this now because I'm interested in learning Spanish, is not it? If you're interested, I suppose you're mature enough to know you have to miss the time of study and set goals. I never want to talk, rather write, my reader. I respect your time reading here and thank you. But I would be less honest with you if I would pretend that I do not know that many students do not miss the time of study and beyond this failure set goals, and without the two, the Spanish is very likely. Take time to learn the doctrine. They all include all verbs, AR, ER and IR verbs. Here are some examples:
retention facilitator maintenance exponer proponer suponer
imponer reducir producir introducir influir concluir contemplar imitar demonstrator dominance atraer distraer contraer extraer
delegar comunicar concentrar formular
rehabilitar elaborar celebrar obligar agitar  Los Cognatos of the word verbos to flor y nata de dessarrollo de vocabulario. For every RICA monthly or long term, the student has more than 1000 parents to study the Spanish learning process. Intense study of relatives makes learning Spanish much more difficult
Good luck, buena suerte, and even bon chance. The French had to give the last word!
Source by Lenton Aikins