French and Spanish Vocabulary Gender
Someone asked me if there are any words in French and Spanish which are different genders. I incorrectly answered that cat is different; la chat in French and el Gato in Spanish.
It seems that cat in French, chat, is actually masculine, i.e. le chat. la chat means "the chat" or "the informal conversation", I believe.
So I haven't found any examples of any words with opposite gender in Spanish and English but there may well be, I have hardly scraped the surface in terms of answering this question.
If you have any ideas then please leave a comment and if you have a question, which you'd like me to answer for free, then please send Ben Dash an email at firstname.lastname@example.org