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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117147: Lend or Borrow
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    Lend or Borrow


    Lend (verb) - to give something for a short time with the intention of getting it back.* Would you please lend me a pencil?

     

    Borrow (verb) - to take something for a short time with the intention of returning it to its rightful owner.* May I borrow a pencil, please?

    In summary, lend-(give) ...borrow-(take)

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