Would you be kind enough to share with me your opinion concerning the feasibility of the following sentences?
She lent (the) some money to him. Money being uncountable not to be preceded by an article. Use some.,
She lent him (the) some money. Ok. him is indirect object
I will lend you (&) $200, but I canít lend money to everyone. OK
lend = give temporarily; let have for a limited time
It lends itself to satire.
This story would lend itself well to serialization on television
to lend to = to be suitable for; have certain characteristics of qualities for something = to adapt (oneself or itself) to something:
Alice wouldn't lend herself to the plot to hide the teacher's chalk
lend oneself to = to give help or approval to; encourage; assist
He was known by his dispassionate manner which lends great force to his criticisms.
Facts that lend the probability of a theory.
lend = bestow a quality on; impair; afford=to furnish or impart
Donít lend oneself to such dishonest schemes.
lend oneself to something = give accommodate
This peaceful garden lends itself to mediation. Ok
Your house lends itself well to the purpose. Ok
lend itself to = is favorable for;
I would propose a topic that lends itself admirably to class discussion Ok
lend itself to = fit; match; answer the purpose
He loves Ireland too well to lend himself to such a policy. Ok
lend himself to = accommodate; agree to something; concur with something;
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; Ok
lend me your ears = a polite way of asking for a person's full attention to Ok
I am glad to lend a (helping )hand to you.
to lend a (helping )hand = help; assist; give a hand; be of help; Ok
There are many laws that lend themselves to various interpretations.
lend = grant, allow, permit, admit =be suitable for
The wounds of the prisoner's arm lend color to his story. OK
lend color = make a likely story; make something more plausible
Rent out money on real property. . (use/invest temporarily for a fee)
Rent out money on securities I would prefer to rent out my savings on Government securities with very little risk.
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