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  • "Oh, can you lend me your glasses?" "Can I borrow your glasses?" "Oh, here." "Thank you."

  • "Lending" is like "giving temporarily"; "borrowing" is like "taking temporarily."

  • And finally this news from New York's Michael Southern Manhattan. Last week a British woman asked to borrow just twenty dollars and offered to leave her three hundred thousand dollar Rolls-Royce.

  • as security. The bank manager took the car and lent her the money

  • Today she repaid the loan and drove off in her Rolls. We asked her why she'd leave her expensive car as security for just a twenty-dollar loan.

  • Well, how else could I find parking in New York for a week for only twenty dollars?

"Oh, can you lend me your glasses?" "Can I borrow your glasses?" "Oh, here." "Thank you."

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A2 US borrow temporarily loan lend dollar security

Lend and Borrow: A One Minute English Lesson

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    金柏嘉 posted on 2014/10/07
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