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Problems for learners in GermanyEnglish, being a West Germanic language, is similar to German in many ways. For example some vocabulary is quite similar (some is even identical), as is some grammar, such as the subject-verb-object rule. There are however many differences which confuse German learners. Many of these differences can only be memorised, such as 'false friends'. False friends are words that appear similar (or the same) in both German and english but carry different meanings in each language. This is a unique problem among Germanic languages. A few examples of 'false friends' are 'bald', which means lack of hair in english, but means 'soon' in German. The word 'fast' which means 'quickly' in english, but means 'almost' in German, and the word 'gift', which in english means 'present', but in German means 'poison'. These need to be properly explained to learners of english, as it can result in some major misunderstandings otherwise. There is a quote from www.german.about.com that says, "The