“False, Untrue, and Unacceptable.” You may have heard this phrase before. But what does it mean? False is an adjective that means “unacceptable.” False is a strong word to use to describe something that is untrue. Untrue is also an adjective that means “unacceptable.” In these situations, you would use “False” or “Unacceptable” as a verb.
When you pour a glass of water into a jug, you may find that the water in the plug hole starts to swirl faster in one direction than the opposite direction. This is because water in the Northern Hemisphere travels in the opposite direction than water in Australia.