Confusing English Verbs | LEND & BORROW



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In this lesson, we’ll take a closer look at the verbs (to) LEND and (to) BORROW … These verbs describe the same action, but from a different perspective. If you use them incorrectly, your sentence can be confusing and incorrect! Look at this example:
My mum lent me her car.
I borrowed my mum’s car.
These two sentences are talking about the exact same action!
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I want to help you feel more confident when you are using these verbs… So, let’s practise!

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