Student or Learner
May you share your lunch with me?
My share in business is one half.
Did I use share correctly here and in business ''share'' does it have same spellings and meaning?
I am not a teacher nor a native speaker.
According to the examples given in (from?) the OALD your sentences are fine. Though, the first is a verb with the meaning of dividing sth between two or more people while the second is a nound which means any of the units of equal value into which a company is divided and sold to raise money.
Here, I have marked with bold red some parts the correctness of which I am not sure about. Dear teacher, I would be grateful if you would correct any mistakes in my post.
Yours sincerely, Alex.
Not a teacher:
"Share" a part of something
Will you share your lunch with me? (Will you allow me to eat part of your lunch?)
My share in business is one half. (My part in the business is 50%)
Thus, the spelling is the same, in both cases.