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Use the English verbs "Lend" and "Borrow" (VIDEO, text and images)

Learn to use the English verbs "Lend" and "Borrow" correctly in natural conversation!

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The grammar for borrow is like GET.

The grammar for lend is like GIVE.

Can you lend (give) me your Avengers DVD? 
I haven’t watched it yet.

I’ll stop by the library after school, there are a few books that I want to borrow. 
(get from the library)

Oh no! I forgot my wallet! Can you lend (give) me a few bucks until we get home?

Victor borrowed (got) money from the bank to buy a new car.

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