This week's False Friend Friday image can be confusing for Italian learners because the Italian word 'RUMORE' means noisy and loud in English. As you can see - RUMOUR in English is very different :)
Note: Rumour could be translated in Italian as pettegolezzo.
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In honour of International Peace day 2016, I've created a video about IDIOMS and PHRASAL VERBS, using the word PEACE. I hope you enjoy!
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This word can be confusing for Italian learners.
PACE in Italian, (pronounced PAH-chay) means PEACE in English.
Quite different, these false friends!
This is PART 2 of a listening Exercise. Part 1 should be done first and can be found here: http://www.ladieslearnenglish.com/free-lessons/women-at-the-olympic-games-listening-exercise-part-one
In this post, you can see the whole video - with subtitles. The answers to the worksheet can be found towards the end of the video. I hope you enjoyed this listening exercise!
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Alannah is a CELTA (University of Cambridge) qualified English language teacher from Canada who lives in Italy with her wonderful husband. She's been teaching English since 2006 and has taught many different nationalities in both Canada and Italy.