Homonyms: to Charge
02:38 - 03:37

This clip illustrates the two different ways "charge" can be used: to describe who is in control of something, or to describe the price of a product or service.


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  • Jackie Graham
    over 3 years ago
    Fun clip, however, very concerned at the claim that the platypus is the only mammal that lays eggs. The echidna, another monotreme, also lays eggs.

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