ARE YOU A SPENDER OR A SAVER?





Summary 2-33

Today we’re talking about something important – MONEY!

SAYING PRICES

£5.00 = five pounds /paʊndz/ £5.50 = five pounds fifty 50p = fifty pence (p) $5.00 = five dollars $5.50 = five dollars fifty 50c = fifty cents ?5.00 = five euros /ˈjʊərəʊz/ ?5.50 = five euros fifty 50c = fifty cents

 

Обратите внимание, что значок валюты на письме ВСЕГДА ставится перед суммой!

Обратите внимание – рубль это ruble/rouble - /ˈruːbl/, а не рабл

 

HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY?

pay (by/in) cash платить наличными earn/ɜːn/ зарабатывать
pay by credit card платить кредитной картой check(Br)/bill(Am) чек (в ресторане)
lend money одалживать деньги pay the bills обеспечивать, содержать
borrow money занимать деньги possessions/pəˈzeʃn/ имущество
(bank) note банкнота, купюра be worth/wɜːθ/ стоить, цениться
coin монета receipt/rɪˈsiːt/ (кассовый) чек
to tip давать на чай ATM банкомат

- pay cash –by или in или вообще без предлога

- lend / borrow:These two words are often confused. You borrow something from someone else, while they lend it to you:

# Can I borrow your pen / a pen from you?

# Can you lend me your pen?

три формы обоих глаголов (lend, lent, lent; borrow, borrowed, borrowed).

 

ARE YOU A SPENDER OR A SAVER?

afford позволить себе I don’t have a clue. Понятия не имею.
save копить деньги I have a rough idea about…/rʌf/ У меня есть приблизитель-ное представление о…
pay back отдать долг work out высчитать, решить
a small amount/əˈmaʊnt/ небольшая сумма owe smb smth/əʊ/ быть должным ч-т к-то
bank account/əˈkaʊnt/ банковский счет    

 

1. You go shopping and you see something very expensive that you really want, but can't afford. You...

a buy it with your credit card. You can worry about the bill next month.

b already have some money in the bank and plan to save for a couple of weeks and then buy the thing you want.

c borrow the money and agree to pay back a small amount every week.

 

2. You get £100 for your birthday. You...

a spend some of it and save some.

b go to a shopping centre and spend it all.

c put all of it in your bank account until you know what you want to spend it on.

 

3. Do you always know how much money you have, how much money you have spent, and on what?

a Yes. I'm very organized and know exactly what I have and what I've spent.

b No. I don’t have a clue. When I have money I usually just spend it.

c I usually have a rough idea about what I spend my money on.

 

4. You've borrowed some money from a friend, but you don't think that you'll be able to pay it back by the time you promised to. You...

a don't worry about it. Hopefully your friend will forget about it too!

b work out how much money you have and how much you owe. You speak to your friend and explain the situation and offer to pay the money back in small amounts.

c speak to your friend and promise that you'll pay him/her back, but it might take a bit longer than you first thought.

 

5. You have a friend who often borrows money from you and never pays it back. He/she wants to borrow £50. You...

a lend him/her the money. You can afford it and it doesn't matter if you don't get it back.

b say no; he/she owes you too much already.

c lend the money, but explain that it is the last time.

 





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