Re: to be frank with you
The order seems to me to be reversed; in fact your 'sense 1' scarcely exists in current English (although it is a very commonly used faux ami.)
Originally Posted by hombre viejo
PS Speakers of English are often unaware that actualité doesn't mean 'actuality'. It means 'truth', as Alan Clarke knew when he used the French in a Westminter debate.
Last edited by BobK; 22-Jan-2013 at 14:21.
Reason: Added PS
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