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ummm is this Spanish?

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    yes

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    ok i need help with this nstructions: Below is an advertisment for music classes. Oops! The writer made a mistake and used a false cognate incorrectly. Read the advertisement and identify at least nine true cognates and one false cognate. Submit the list of cognates in Spanish to your teacher.

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    does it let u open the pic?

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    ?? does it let you open up the pic @kymber

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    Hi! The false cognate is "carpeta". They translated "carpet" incorrectly (it should be "alfombra").

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    The true cognates... well, there's probably more than 9. Música (music) / ofrecen (offer) / instrumentos (instruments) / musicales (musical) / piano (piano) / guitarra (guitar) / violín (violin) / trompeta (trumpet) / saxofón (saxophone) / flauta (flute) / músico (musician) / artista (artist) / radio (radio) / televisión (television) / dólares (dollars) / junio (june) / julio (july) / and probably a few more, but those are the more obvious ones. :)

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