Você sabe a diferença entre “LEND” e “BORROW” em inglês?
Confira se você está certo e assista esse video!
Remember! LEND = Give temporarily (lend ends in “d”, so think of “dar”) and BORROW = Take temporarily
Here are some more examples:
- Can you lend me a pen?
- I’m borrowing money from the bank in order to pay for my apartment.
- I lent Mary my car today. Her car is in the shop.
- I need to pay Jenny back. I borrowed R$20 from her last week.
So tell me…
Have you ever borrowed something?
Have you ever lent something to someone and they didn’t return it?
Let me know in the comments below!