Borrow vs. Lend – One-Point English Vocabulary Lesson

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Borrow vs. Lend

Borrow means take:

  • You borrow books from the library.
  • Jack borrowed my car.

Lend means give:

  • The library lends books.
  • Can you lend me your pen?

Have you borrowed anything recently?
Have you lent anything to anyone recently?


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