How to Use the Verbs Come/Go, Make/Do, Lend/Borrow in English

It is easy to confuse the verbs Come/Go, Make/Do and Lend/Borrow in English because they are very similar in meaning. However, they are used in specific contexts that are slightly different and saying one instead of the other can be a problem when we try to communicate.

The following pictures and explanations are meant to define these specific contexts in order to make it easier for the English learner to choose the correct verb in a given situation.

The verbs COME and GO

COME and GO have the same basic meaning, but are used for different DIRECTIONS.

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