字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello and welcome everyone. This is Minoo at anglo-link. Today, we are going to look at 15 words that as a Romance language speaker, i.e. Catalan, French, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, or Spanish speaker, you may have been using incorrectly. These are words that look very similar to a word in your language but have a different meaning in English. So, let's now look at the 15 words I've chosen for today's lesson. Remember that the only way to avoid vocabulary mistakes is by checking them in a dictionary that doesn't just give you the direct translation but also the English definition and example sentences, so before we end this lesson, I'd like to introduce you to our sponsor for this video: Reji. Reji is a completely free app that can be very helpful to you in learning vocabulary. Reji allows you to save and practise the words you've picked up in class or while reading or watching television. It can automatically look up translations, definitions, example sentences, and even images. It also shows you the phonetic transcription and lets you hear the correct pronunciation. Because Reji uses spaced repetition, it will help you to easily learn all the words you have saved. So, let me demonstrate how Reji works. As you can see, I have already created a deck called 'false friends' and entered four words: actually, currently, eventually, and sensible. Now, I'm going to add the word 'sensitive' to the deck. As I'm using the translation feature, Reji is giving me the French equivalent. I can choose the translation I want displayed and also one of the example sentences. And here we are: 'sensitive' has been added to the deck. A nice feature is that you can edit the entries and replace the information with your own translation or your own example sentence. if I were using the definition feature, I would have the definition of each word instead of its translation. So, as you can see, Reji is very easy to use and will greatly facilitate your saving and learning new vocabulary. Well, that's all for this vocabulary lesson. I hope you've enjoyed it. Remember to check out my online self-study course at anglo-link.com. Thank you for watching, and see you again very soon.