21 – Borrow vs Lend – Confusing English Words

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21 - Borrow vs Lend - Confusing English Words

She borrowed my sunglasses.

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Borrow and Lend are two confusing verbs in English…until now! In this English lesson you will learn the difference between Borrow and Lend, and how to use these verbs in your English conversation.

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  1. 1.Michael talked with his neighbor because he wants to mow the lawn with the lawn mower. 2. You can borrow a book from the library, which means that the library is lending you that book. These are my answers 🙂 I think a podcast about Ought to vs. Should would be really interesting, Michael 😀

  2. Hi Michael,

    1. He talked about a problem with his neighbor. When he lends garden tools to him, it takes too long for him to return them.
    2. We borrow books from a library, and a library lends books to us.

    Enjoy the midsummer.

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