Borrow vs Lend - English Grammar - Teaching Tips

 

In this video Linda discusses the difference between two words that are often confused: "borrow" and "lend". Because the two words have similar meanings it makes it hard to identify the correct word, especially for non-native speakers. The difference is solely down to perspective. "Borrow" is a verb that means to receive something from someone with the expectation that you will return it to them. While "lend" is also a verb, it means to give something to someone with the expectation that they will give it back to you. Therefore, you need to make sure you use the right word depending on the perspective.


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As shown in this unit, methodology and teaching strategies are significant and give a variety of ideas on how to start, proceed and ends an activity. In the same fashion, we are going to find different types of activities we can develop with students of all levels and ages such as anagrams, word search, roleplays, surveys, etc. Additionally, we are going to find really important facts about ESA (Engage-Study-Activate) which is necessary to be known by all teachers.↵All in all, this unit just opened tha gates to a better teaching understanding.