11 PHRASAL VERBS for talking about MONEY in English

11 PHRASAL VERBS for talking about MONEY in English

Money, money, money is so funny in a rich man’s world. Vanity Fair. I’m not a rich man, so I can’t afford half of the things in here. Speaking of which, we’re talking about money, and in this lesson what I want to do is teach you a bunch of phrasal verbs that we use

The Many Meanings of “LOAD” in English

The Many Meanings of “LOAD” in English

Hi there. My name is Emma, and in today’s lesson I’m going to teach you 10 different expressions with the word “load”. Some of these expressions are going to be slang expressions, some of them are going to be verbs, nouns, adjectives; and they all have very, very different meanings. So with the word “load”,

Silent Letters: When NOT to pronounce B, D, and L in English

Silent Letters: When NOT to pronounce B, D, and L in English

Hi, there. My name is Emma, and in today’s video, I am going to teach you about silent sounds. So I’m going to teach you about “b”, “d”, and “l” in words where we don’t pronounce them. So, this is a pronunciation video, as well as a spelling video. Okay? So, if you have trouble

Lend, borrow and loan

Lend, borrow and loan

It's raining. Can I borrow and umbrella? Sure,here you are. Thanks. Can I borrow your car? Sure. Thanks.In many languages there's just one verb for this action, but in English, there are two:lend and borrow. Oh. Can you lend me your glasses? What? CanI borrow your glasses? Sure. Thank you. Yay. Lending is like giving

'Owe', 'lend' and 'borrow' - Learners' Questions

'Owe', 'lend' and 'borrow' – Learners' Questions

Hi guys! Dan from BBC Learning English herewith this week's Learner Question. Find out what it is after this. OK! This week's Learner Question comes fromOmar from Somalia, who asks: How can I use the word owe when I lend someone some money?Do I say I owe you $20 or do I say you owe

Confusing English: borrow, lend & loan (Differenza tra BORROW, LEND e LOAN)

Confusing English: borrow, lend & loan (Differenza tra BORROW, LEND e LOAN)

hello everyone this is mark again from www.englishgrammarspot.com and the yellow bubble speech says yes I can lend it to you I can lend it to you so tomorrow means to take something from someone or somebody temporarily and tooand means instead to give something to somebody temporarily as you can see below I have

LEND, BORROW, OWE - What's the Difference? - Learn English Vocabulary

LEND, BORROW, OWE – What's the Difference? – Learn English Vocabulary

Confusing English Verbs | LEND & BORROW

Confusing English Verbs | LEND & BORROW

Speaking English – How to talk about borrowing, lending, and property

Speaking English – How to talk about borrowing, lending, and property