Borrow from and Lend to …
Two verbs in the English language that are used for the same situation are borrow and lend.
They both mean to let another person have some thing for a period of time,
later the thing will be returned.
I think that it is better to think that we borrow something from another person:
I borrowed 2,000€ from my father, I’m going to pay him back next month.
Mary borrowed her sister’s science notes so she could revise for the exam
- My father lent me 2,000€
- My sister lent me her science notes for the exam tomorrow