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Mailen Apr 10
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Abbot Idiomas 20 Feb 18
DECEPTION VS DISAPPOINTMENT Who knows the difference? ¿Quién sabe la diferencia?
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Balerno HS Languages Nov 14
Watch out for those too National 5 Spanish.
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Dani@ontraining 7 Mar 18
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Federico Dattila 🇪🇺🇮🇹🇪🇸 Nov 24
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Clases de inglés español y portugues 26 Sep 17
** !Cuidados! Falsos Amigos ** These words don’t mean what you think they mean.
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Nora Torres Sep 28
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Camellito Dec 18
Fake friends have Masks everywhere. Stand up and Learning you must... .. . . . . . .
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Spanish Pronto Jan 28
Replying to @spanishpronto
Clearly, there are better courses, like the one that teaches you in lesson one that crimen means crime. It doesn’t; 90% of the time it means murder.
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The Language Crew 15 Feb 18
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LORE SANCHEZ B. 22 Oct 17
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ANTONIO GRAJALES Aug 28
About last night! alcii20 j.williamecheverry
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Al's Action English May 27
False Friends in Spanish and English. The picture is somewhat misleading - not just Spain and the UK!
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IW Language School Dec 17
Take a look at the meanings! Cuidado con estos falsos amigos
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Linguee 16 May 18
🕵 Check out our example sentences for ‘pan’ at ! 😅🥖🍳

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@IdolosDeLaFrontera 13h
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🆖 BALA 10h
Me ver forte no baile aperta minha mão,, me ver passar na rua nem olha
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Remedios 19h
Nunca te necesite.
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@IdolosDeLaFrontera 21h
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RonnieValencia Aug 21
Primero desconocidos Luego conocidos Después amigos Al poco rato conocidos Al final desconocidos
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