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Borrow, Lend, Rent, Use – English Vocabulary and Usage

Borrow, Lend, Rent, Use – English Vocabulary and Usage

Aww… I didn’t got 100% because of the last question xD ahaha… very good lesson! keep like that! I understand a lot your lessons, I feel that since I met this place my understanding of english has totally improved and my listening too ^^ your doing a great job

really…i enjoyed the lesson and i understood very well.just,some times,i can’t hear well,because the teacher lauph as the same time when she teach…and we can’t listen the end of her words.but,in general….you’re doing a great work!!

Is it same “Rent” by meaning, if you think as the money is a thing, the interest is a the meney for the rent and they both need to return. But I think only one thing is different. “Loan” is used for money or Bank right? I’m not sure, just try to make a definiton. Thank you Oud

‘rent’ can be a noun and a verb! – I owe my landlord the rent. (noun) Or a verb – “I rented a car!”

hey Ronnie i am fouad from egypt speak arabic i want to know speak english good but just want someone help me know this

WOOOWWWW . I have answered all the quiz except last one the tricky question of shakespear … to sum you .The was an effective lesson … thanks allot Ronnie.

Hi teacher I didn’t get 100% your quiz, because I did wrong last question, really …funny and enjoy your teach, I hope so you keep like that, I understood very well. thanks for your class.

Hi I’m Oud in ChiangMai, Thailand I’d like to ask you a question, In case the word “Loan”

Lease is like a contract or agreement. We usually have a one-year lease to rent an apartment. This is a legal contract that says you will live in the apartment for one year.

Hi, Thanks for your help, I m only listening because is very very nice, thanks so much for your time. …

How can I get merchant cash advance?

How can I get merchant cash advance?

Merchant cash advances are a convenient and accessible option for SMEs because the way they are designed can make them easier to manage. As the unsecured finance is repaid via card payments, it can also be a more affordable and adaptable option.

Business borrowers don’t have to navigate fixed monthly payments as they would with a traditional business loan. Every time a customer uses the card machine, a percentage is automatically transferred to the lender.

As such, the more money the business earns through card payments, the quicker it pays off the cash advance. Of course, it works the other way around too.

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