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In this Live English Class we will practice:
– Speaking about material wealth
– Expressing your opinion about making and saving money
– Speaking about different types of financial strategies
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The article for this class discusses basic income:
“For many, the problem is not that there is an issue with getting money. It is the practice of conserving and cultivating income that presents a problem. The domino effect of this could be that society is a lot harsher for people that are ill equipped to handle their own money.”
In discussing the article and during the class you will learn lots of great vocabulary. Click here for the FREE Vocabulary Class
These words include:
Account – The place where your money is kept.
Balance – The amount of money in an account.
Debt – An amount of money that is owed to someone else.
Loan – Money that is borrowed from someone else.
To barter – To try and get a better price for a product.
To borrow – To take something and give it back later.
Currency – The money used by a country or group of people.
To deposit – To put money into your account.
Savings – Money that is preserved and not spent.
Interest – An extra charge for borrowing money.
Overdrawn – Having a negative balance in the bank.
Pension – Savings that are used when you retire.
To pay – To give money for a product or service.
To withdraw – To take money from an account.
Salary – A regular payment for your work or services.
Well-off – Describing someone who has a lot of money.
Hard-up – Describing someone who doesn’t have a lot of money.
Skint – Describing someone who has no money.
To be broke – To have no money.
Interest rate – The amount that you are charged for interest.
Standing order – A regular payment to a person or business.
Statement – A list of your bank account transactions.
To lend – To let someone borrow something from you.
Counterfeit – Something fake or inauthentic.
To charge – To ask someone for money for a product or service.
Rainy day fund – An amount of money saved for a bad day.
Cheque – A piece of paper used to pay money from a bank.
Credit card – An electronic card that allows you to pay for goods.
Pence – The plural of penny.