Hey guys it’s Michael here from Happy English and I’m back with another podcast English lesson. For today’s English lesson we’re going to look at seven different ways that we use the verb leave. Keep in mind, leave is an irregular verb and the three parts are leave, left, and left. Are you ready? Let’s check it out!
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details.
- I usually leave my house at 7 o’clock in the morning.
- Are you leaving the office now? I’m finished too so I can leave with you.
- Jack left yesterday for a business meeting in Chicago.
- Tommy left home when he was 17 years old.
- Kate worked here for five years but she left the company about three months ago.
- Craig left college to play in a rock’n roll band.
- I left my wallet this morning. Can I borrow $10 from you for lunch? I’ll pay you back tomorrow.
- I told those kids they can’t leave their vegetables on the plate. They have to eat everything.
- Adam left his iPad in the office so I’m sure he’ll be back to pick it up.
- Hey I heard that Kim finally left that crazy boyfriend of hers.
- Don’t worry darling. I will never leave you.
- My grandfather died young and left a wife and five kids.
- Tony’s grandfather left him a nice house in the countryside.
- Today’s my last day at work, so I’m going to leave this procedure manual on my desk for the next person who takes my position.
- Please leave the door unlocked I forgot to take my keys today.
- Oh no! It’s starting to rain and I think I left the windows open in my house.
- When I leave the office, I turn off the lights, but I leave the computer on.
- I have no idea where to go for dinner so I’ll leave that to you.
- I can handle most things in the office, but if there are very big problems, I usually leave them for my boss to take care of.
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