Lesson 20, Exercise 5: Going to a Place? Yes, heading home.

"Head" is a noun, but it's also a verb.
Vocabulary: head as a verb and noun.
'Head' as noun and verb. He is heading to (someplace) =
He is going (someplace).
We use George Washington's portrait to illustrate 'head' as noun and George riding horseback to illustrate 'head' as verb.
As a verb, head means to go in a certain direction. Another example: it's 5:30 p.m. and the driver of the car in the video is heading home.


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