Question: What is the difference between confirm and conform? False Cognates: There are many pairs of words in the English language that are confused for one another; these are called false cognates.
We would like to confirm that the goods were delilvered on 04 Aug. Here’s another way: We would like to confirm that the goods have been delivered. With the present perfect, we don’t use a specific date, as this is finished time in the past. We use the present perfect to speak of time up until now, generally speaking.