字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 borrow, borrow to borrow, means to take and use something that belongs to someone else for a period of time before returning it. Bring back. Bring back to bring back means to return with something or someone celebrate. Celebrate. To celebrate means to do something special or enjoyable for an important event, occasion or holiday gift gift. A gift is something that is given to another person. Lend. Lend to Lend means to give something to someone to be used for a period of time and then returned. Loan loan to loan means to give something to someone for a period of time. Mention mention to mention means to talk or write about something or someone in a brief way. Don't mention it. Don't mention it. Don't mention it is an expression used to answer someone who has just thanked you for something. Pay check, pay Check. Ah, paycheck is the money that you regularly earn Sharp, sharp sharp means having a thin edge that is able to cut things. Supplies, supplies. Supplies are things such as food, equipment, fuel and so on that are needed for a particular purpose. Use use to use means to do something with an object machine, person or method in order to accomplish a task or do an activity balloon binder, clips, eraser paper, paperclips, pens, rubber bands, scissors, staples, stapler, tape. When Americans ask for permission, they can choose to use either may or can in this lesson on a asks her co workers to borrow some things. Using May May is the more polite way to ask, Can is the more familiar way. English teachers in the past told students to use on Li Mei to be polite when asking for permission. Now grammar teachers tell us it is fine. To use can to ask permission. Listen to how Ana asks Jonathan for permission to use his scissors. Can I borrow your scissors now? You try it. Ask for permission from a friend. May I borrow your book? Ana asked Amelia and Jonathan if she could borrow things. When they answered, they used the word lend or loan. Sure, I can lend you my stapler, Rana. Yes, I can lend them to you, but you must return them. English learners have trouble with these verbs. Here's one way to remember the difference. Borrow starts with the letter B, and so does the phrase. Bring it back. When you borrow something, you must bring it back. Lend and loan Start with the letter l and so does let. When you lend or loan something, You let someone use it. Now listen to Ana. Say to Jonathan. Wow, those air sharp. I will be very careful and I'll bring them back tomorrow. Now you try it. A friend asks you, Can I borrow your book? You answer. Yes. I can loan you my book. But you must bring it back tomorrow. Yes, I can lend you my book, but you must bring it back tomorrow.