11. English and Welsh
In fact, “moron” can be used both the way we do in English and to refer to a carrot in Welsh.
12. English and Malay
Luckily, the pronunciation of this word in Malay is not the same as in English, but in written form, in a menu, let’s say, it would be quite surprising to find some air.
13. English and Spanish
This word is very similar to the word “disgusted” in English, but it means something quite different.
14. English and Hungarian
This is an important distinction to know, especially if you’re having a Hungarian visiting your home.
15. English and German
Mobile phones sure are handy, but in Germany, they are literally called that.