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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3308: To lend and to borrow
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    To lend and to borrow

    To borrow : to take and use something that belongs to somebody else : emprunter

    ex: I would like to borrow your umbrella.

    To lend : to give something to somebody that belongs to you : prêter

    ex: I can lend you my umbrella.

    Fill in the words borrow or lend into the gaps.

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    1. Could you me some money, please?

    2. Some pupils can books from their school.

    3. Will you me your umbrella till tomorrow ?

    4. Should I him my favourite CD ?

    5. You may my bike, but be careful.

    6. Could I that pencil for a moment ?

    7. You can your book to Steve.

    8. Why do students so much money from their parents ?

    9. Peter won't his car to anyone.

    10. Will your mother you some money ?

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