[QUICK ARTICLE] La Differenza Tra To Grow e To Grow Up
È il verbo che fa riferimento alla crescita fisica di una persona o di una cosa.
Aumentare le dimensioni secondo un processo naturale.
Espandersi (vd. gain) ➡ ‘Thebusinessgrewundernewowners’
The tree that my mom planted last year has grown so much, it’s three times the size it was a few months ago!
Look at how much you’ve grown! How tall are you now?
I want to work for a company that will allow me to grow both personally and professionally.
My hair grows so quickly, I need to get a haircut every month.
TO GROW UP
È il verbo specifico per il posto/ zona/ paese/ situazione economica/ periodo storico ecc.. dove/ in cui sei cresciuto oppure quando si parla di quanto è diventata matura una persona (es:You’ve really grown up, two years ago you never would have reacted so calmly!)
My parents grew up during The Great Depression so they were always very careful about money and spending because they knew what it was like to not have any.
They were born in Spain to Spanish parents but grew up in America so they speak both Spanish and English fluently.
I grew up on the same street that I am moving to next week, I’m so excited!
You’ve really grown up, two years ago you never would have reacted so calmly in this kind of situation!
“I have grown up in my company and now I am a manager.” —> I have had the chance to grow in my company and now I am a manager. OR –> I have advanced in my company and now I am a manager.