Cognados Espaņoles-ingleses

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University Press of America, Jan 1, 2005 - Education - 325 pages
Spanish-English Cognates / Los Cognados Espanoles-Ingleses offers students of Spanish and English special insight into the cognates of each language. It provides an in-depth examination of words that may be safely used from one language to another (true cognates) and also words that may inhibit or even distort understanding (false cognates). This bilingual and visual dictionary includes a total of 7,650 true and false cognates. A comprehensive index is also provided. Designed for high school and/or graduate students, the dictionary is appropriate for almost anyone interested in Spanish or English."

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Richard D. Woods is Professor of Spanish at Trinity University. Professor Woods holds a Ph.D. in Iberoamerican Studies from the University of New Mexico. Margaret McGinty Stovall is Adjunct Professor of Spanish at San Antonio College.

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