How do you say smile in Spanish?
As you learn new vocabulary terms in Spanish, you will need to watch out for false cognates. False cognates are words that look like a word in another language, such as English, but that actually have different meanings in the two different languages, and sometimes these are major differences.
Answer and Explanation:
'Smile' in Spanish is sonrisa. You can see this is a false cognate for 'sunrise' in English, but 'sunrise' in Spanish is amanecer or la salida del sol...
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from AP Spanish Literature and Culture: Exam PrepChapter 1 / Lesson 1