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  1. Lesson 1 | Is he the One?
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    3 Cuestionarios
  2. Lesson 2 | I Love Shepherd's Pie
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    2 Cuestionarios
  3. Lesson 3 | What are you going to do?
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    4 Cuestionarios
  4. Lesson 4 | You have been working too much
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    3 Cuestionarios
  5. Lesson 5 | Eating Out
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    2 Cuestionarios
  6. Lesson 6 | Job search
    6 Temas
  7. Lesson 7 | Consumer society
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    6 Cuestionarios
  8. Lesson 8 | ARTICLES
    6 Temas
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    3 Cuestionarios
  9. Lesson 9 | Obligations, suggestions, and prohibitions
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    3 Cuestionarios
  10. Lesson 10 | Money
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    4 Cuestionarios
  11. Lesson 11 | SKDKFJJ
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  12. Lesson 12 | SKDKFJJ
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  13. Lesson 13 | SKDKFJJ
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  14. Lesson 14 | SKDKFJJ
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  15. Lesson 15 | SKDKFJJ
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  16. Lesson 16 | SKDKFJJ
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Lección 10, Tema 2
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Lesson 10 – Step 2 – Vocabulary: Money

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Goal

Let’s work with some vocabulary from the text in step 1. Listen and repeat the vocabulary as many times as you want. Try to memorize it.


Money

Verbs:

  1. be worth: to have a value in money.
  • e.g: That picture is worth £80,000
  1. can afford: have enough money to pay for something.
  • e.g: I can’t afford that car. It’s too expensive!
  1. charge (for): ask money for something
  • e.g: The hotel charges £100 a night for a single room.
  1.  cost: to have a particular price
  • e.g: That TV will cost you £400.
  1.  earn: to receive a particular amount of money for the work that you do
  • e.g: She earns nearly £25,000 a year
  1.  inherit: to receive money, property, etc. from someone after they have died
  • e.g: She inherited a fortune from her grandfather.
  1.  invest (in): to buy shares, property or products hoping that the value will increase and you can make a profit
  • e.g: Jane made a fortune by investing in that new tech company.
  1. borrow (from): take and use something (like money) that belongs to someone else, with the intention of returning it.
  • e.g: The company borrowed £100,000 from the bank.
  1.  lend: to let someone borrow money or something that belongs to you for a short time
  • e.g: My parents lent me the money to make home improvements.
  1. owe: to need to give someone back money that they have lent you
  • e.g: I owe my sister $100
  1. raise (prices): increase
  • e.g: Many shops had to raise their prices.
  1. spend (on): To use money to pay for something
  • e.g: He spent about $200 on some trainers.
  1. save:  to keep money in a bank so that you can use it later
  • e.g: They managed to save enough to buy a small house.
  1. waste: not used in a way that is effective, useful or sensible
  • e.g: You shouldn’t waste your money on parties and eating out.
  1. make ends meet: to have only just enough money to buy the things you need
  • e.g: Old people on pensions are finding it hard to make ends meet.
  1. pay (for, by): to give someone money for something
  • e.g: Mum paid for my driving lessons by credit card