English—Latin cognates ending in -e
Many English verbs which end in -e have a Latin origin. They will be familiar if you speak a Latin language. Beware of false friends!
For example the English word adore.
I simply adore chocolate.
- Spanish - adorar
- Italian - adorare
- French - adorer
- Valencian - adorar
Many words follow this pattern:
I admire your courage.
The scientists will analyse the samples.
I don’t have any proof, but I assume you did it.