I suppose that your friend is French or speak French : borrow your toilets ; because we can also say it that way! Could be “so British” too?
Hi Roony! ?4u, does engvid office locate in gang quarter? Usually we hear police cars pursuing someone?? jk 🙂 AZERBAIJAN
I learned the difference between “borrow” and “use” form your video
Hello Ronnie , First of all ,Thank you very much for your great Effort and you are really amazing,talented and funny . in about lend , you said : i have a car but you ( did not or do not have) ,i heard it (did not) ! … I have a Q (for or to) you , what is the difference between parents’ and parent’s ? thank you very much …, shokran (thanks). 🙂 $ > syphilis too !um dont use it ( many ? ) (a lot) .
If you write “parent’s” then you’re talking about one parent. “That parent’s child is misbehaving a lot at school”. You’re only referring to a particular parent. “Parents’” would be plural. “The parents’ child is misbehaving at school”. Now you’d be referring to both parents. Look at whatever appears before the apostrophe. My parent’s car = the car of my parent (only one person here) My parents’ car = the car of my parents (parents = plural) Another example: the girl’s book = https://paydayloanscolorado.org/ the book of the girl (singular) the girls’ book = the book of the girls (more than one)
Hi my dear.How are you?It was a great lesson as usual.Can I know what is your age?Do not think that I am an inquisitive person and if you would like not to answer please do not I will not get affended.Say please is there a big difference between American English and British English.I do learn British English and I have heard that if you know British English it would be very difficult for you to come in touch with Americans, I mean they will understand what are you talking about, but you will hardly do.Is this true?I have never been in America but I hope that day my dream will come true as IT is one of my GREATEST DREAMS.
Ahmad , Egypt
If you have learnt British English you can communicate with Americans! Don’t worry – it is still English – just some vocab. is different and of course the accents!
it is very fantastic to learn from you very goog effort but it will be more usful if we get a texe for lessons at the beginning i heard a word conte or court i can not understand so i fail in last questtion.
== Thank you for your lesson but I still don’t understand a little bit about lend. “Can you lend me -your- car ?” . Why you use -your- in this sentence ? I really don’t understand ,, ^ – ^ Could you explain this sentence , please ? ==
Rent = money to use something. EX: I rent a car for the weekend. I give the rental company money, they let me use a car. OR a monthly payment for an apartment/house. The rent in Toronto is very expensive! A one bedroom apartment is about $800 per month!
my teacher did not teach us clearly about the 9 english patterns if you can gives us these patterns i will be thankful for your help
Hi Ronnie, This lesson is really interesting and I understand now the difference between those words. Although I got 5 on the test, I really don’t know who made the quote. I only made a guess, but I know now. Thank you so much! Cheers