Something you borrowed from your friend or family.
You should say:
- what you borrowed
- when you borrowed it
- whom you borrowed it from
- Definitely, I would love to tell you about a thing which I borrowed from my best friend.
- Last week, I borrowed a laptop from my dearest friend, Jeni.
- She is a beautiful girl with grey eyes and she is an extremely talented girl.
- We did our engineering together and she is currently working in a prominent IT company as a software engineer.
- Actually, last weekend, I was working on an application of one of my clients. I forget to tell you that I am also a programmer.
- Suddenly, my laptop stopped working and I was in trouble because the work was extremely important for my client.
- Luckily, Jeni lives in a neighbourhood. So without wasting any time I went to her home and requested a laptop for a few hours.
- Even though I could use my brother’s laptop, however, the tools which I required to finish my pending work could be found only on a laptop of a professional programmer whereas my brother is a journalist.
- After getting her machine, I finished my work on time and my client was absolutely satisfied with my work. He paid me very well for completing the job before the deadline.
- I believe I finished that job so quickly because of her massively fast machine, which contains 32 GB Ram with Intel Core i9 processor whereas I have Intel Core i7 with 8 GB Ram.
- I really enjoyed working on her superb laptop and I thanked Jeni by gifting her chocolates. She is crazy for chocolates ????.
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