English verbs Hi friends! Can you please give me some sentences with these verbs so I can see clearly the difference : -to bore -to ennoy -to bother Thank you!
Dec 9, 2016 11:20 AM
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To Bore: "The teacher began to bore me in History class". To annoy: "My little sister annoys me". *Note that the spelling is "annoy", not "ennoy". To Bother (This can have a couple of meanings): "The man living next door bothers me with his loud music". (He annoys me) "I did not bother to do my homework last night/ I wasn't bothered about doing my homework last night." (I didn't care enough to do my homework last night). "The girl and her friends got into bother with their teacher". (They got into trouble with their teacher).
December 9, 2016
1. All you do is to complain about things. That gets really boring! Can't you think of something to praise? 2. Would you please stop chewing your gum so loudly? That really annoys me. 3. I know that you are busy, but could I bother you to drive me to the store?
December 9, 2016
Example: # This show is no longer interesting, it'a boring. # I was annoyed by his presence. # That sound is bothering me, can you do something about it?
December 9, 2016
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