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Borrowing Money From a Friend
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ID: 2585 Pre Intermediate
You're in that awkward situation where you don't have any money and you have to ask a friend for help. Fear not. Hopefully you have as good a friend as Daisy has, and they can lend you some cash. But don't be one of those people that never returns the money...
Sun Nov 30 2014 | Elliott, Jenny
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|借||jiè||to lend or borrow|
Daisy ，bùhǎoyìsi ，néng jiè wǒ diǎnr qián ma ？
Daisy, I'm sorry, could you lend me some money?
zěnme le ？
wǒ de qiánbāo diào le ，wǎnshang yào jiāo fángzū 。
I lost my wallet. I need to pay rent tonight.
zhèyàng a ，yào jiè duōshao ？
I see. How much do you need to borrow?
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