CoMMonly confused words volumen II. Que paséis un buen finde!
The same happens with (noun) / (verb)
Forth (adverb): hacia delante.
i.e: She was moving back and forth. (se movía de atrás a delante)
Fourth (adverb): cuarto.
i.e: Mary finished the fourth in the race.
Complement: complemento (noun)/ complementar (verb).
Stationary (adjective) : parado, inmóvil.
Stationery (noun): papalería.
i.e: We bought all the pencils and notebooks for school in the stationery this morning.
Wonder (verb): preguntarse.
i.e: I wonder why she is doing that.
Wander (verb): vagar, deambular.
i.e: They wandered around the fair for two hours.
Borrow (verb): to take or accept something for a short time with the intention of returning it to its rightful owner
i.e: May I borrow a pencil, please?
Lend (verb): to give something for a short time with the intention of getting it back
Would you please lend me a pencil?
Bored (adjective): when someone feels tired and unhappy because something is not interesting or because they have nothing to do.
i.e: She was so bored that she fell asleep.
Boring (adjective): describe something that is not interesting or exciting.
i.e: The lesson was so boring that she fell asleep.
The same happen with excited and exciting,
interested and interesting,...
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