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  • 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.

borrow, borrow to borrow, means to take and use something that belongs to someone else for a period of time before returning it.

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Let's Learn English Lesson 46 Speaking Practice (Let's Learn English Lesson 46 Speaking Practice)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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