anonymous
  • anonymous
name 9 true cognates and 1 false cognate Clases de música Se ofrecen clases de música e instrumentos musicales. Clases de piano, guitarra,violin, trompeta, saxofón y flauta. El profesor es músico professional. También es artista de radio y televisón. Las clases son veinte d ólares y se ofrecen en los meses de junio y julio. ¡ Ven y serás un artista de la carpeta roja!
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't wanna just throw the answers at you. But I can help you out by explaining true cognates and false cognates. We'll just talk about English and Spanish here. ~~~~~~~ TRUE cognates are words that kind of look the same, and DO have the same meaning, in both English and Spanish. For example... Spanish: Piano English: Piano They're the exact same! See? And they mean the same thing too. Another example.... Spanish: Artista English: Artist They really do look the same. And they both mean "artist." ~~~~~~~~~~~~ On the other hand, FALSE cognates are words that look the same, but DON'T have the same meaning. For example: Pie means "foot," in Spanish. Pie means "pie," in English. Fábrica means "factory" in Spanish. It looks like the English word "fabric." But "fábrica" actually means "factory," in Spanish. NOT "fabric." ~~~~~~~~~~~ So again, cognates are words that kind of look the same, in both English and Spanish. If they also mean the same, then they're TRUE cognates. But if they DON'T mean the same, then they're FALSE cognates.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you, i have already done this assignment but i missed it... i need major help XO
anonymous
  • anonymous
Have you? What was the false cognate that you picked out? Because I'm reading this paragraph, and I'm not sure I can see one.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i got it wrong...i chose saxofon
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's "meses," in the 2nd to last sentence. It looks like the English word "mess," but it actually means "months" in Spanish.

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