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Recently, I've been learning French language and I've noticed that many words in English have similar words in French, for example the word “example” in English and the word “exemple” in French. If I want to use this rule to guess the meaning of some French words by comparing to their English brothers, I have to be careful about the counterexamples, the words that are spelled similarly in French and in English, but have very different meaning in each language. For example, the word “comment” in English and in French. Therefore I'd like to know: Is there any (preferably online) list of such (counterexample) words in French & English?Of course, I don't need an exhaustive list of all counterexamples of the above rule. A short list of very commonplace words would be more useful. First 7 results on google :http://french.about.com/cs/vocabulary/a/falsecognates.htm http://www.oxfordlanguagedictionaries.com/Public/PublicResources.html?direction=b-fr-en&sp=S/oldo/resources/fr/Difficulties-in-French-fr.htmlI think this last one (oxfordlanguage) offers a good small list :http://www.frenchcrazy.com/2011/08/french-english-false-cognates.htmlhttp://www.brighthubeducation.com/learning-french/127941-false-congnates-in-french/http://www.macmillandictionaries.com/MED-Magazine/July2003/09-french-english-false-friends.htmhttp://french.answers.com/language/common-false-french-to-english-cognateshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_cognateDoes that help you?Sign up using GoogleSign up using FacebookSign up using Email and Password By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service.asked3 years, 2 months agoviewed 12,084 times active3 years, 2 months ago site design / logo © 2017 Stack Exchange Inc; user contributions licensed under cc by-sa 3.0 with attribution required. rev 2017.9.21.27105



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