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  • This is everyday grammar.

  • I'm Alice.

  • Brian.

  • Oh, look at the time.

  • It's almost five o'clock, and I still need to run to the post office.

  • Mm, Maybe I can get there before it closes.

  • The bus runs down 14th Street every few minutes, but before I go, I want to tell you about a word that can be a verb or a noun run.

  • It has more meanings than any other word in the English language, but many are.

  • Guess a ble by how they are used.

  • Listen again to how I use the verb run a moment ago and see if you can guess its meaning.

  • And I still need to run to the post office Here.

  • Run means to make a quick trip to a place to get or buy something.

  • You can, for example, run to a post office, a store or somewhere else.

  • Now listen to the other part of what I said again.

  • Try to guess what the verb run means here.

  • The bus runs down 14th Street every few minutes.

  • This use of run refers to public transportation, especially Busses and trains.

  • It means to travel along a usual route or at usual times along the route.

  • Okay, time to run to the post office.

  • Join us again soon for MAWR about run, and that's everyday grammar.

This is everyday grammar.

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Everyday Grammar: Qualities: The Verb Run, Part 1

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/31
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