Grammar Patterns

V from n; V n from n

V from n; V n from n

To fund new investments they have little alternative but to borrow from banks.
He wanted to get the property for himself, so he borrowed money from friends.
The blood drained from his face.
A deadly gray pallor had drained all life from his face.
Not all companies gain from devaluation.
He slowly gained confidence from his political success.
Fry until the oil separates from the spice mixture.
Cereals are harvested and threshed to separate the seeds from the rest of the plant.
  • borrow
  • choose
  • crib
  • derive
  • detach
  • divert
  • drain
  • extrapolate
  • gain
  • learn
  • peel
  • separate
  • transfer
  • withdraw
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