Mar 08

korien_mar8_unsplash“Oh, you made lemonade? Pour me a glass.”

“Next, pour a little batter onto the pan.”

“It’s really pouring outside!”


“Pour” describes letting some liquid fall from a container. We often pour liquids such as juice or tea into cups or glasses before drinking them. The third example, though, means that it’s raining very hard. When you pour a liquid, a lot of liquid falls at once. If the rain is pouring, it’s as dense as water being poured from a glass.







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