Where Does Your Money Go?

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Where does your money go?

Your takeaway at the end of this lesson: enough vocabulary, increased confidence, and  managed ideas to speak confidently about money habits.

Our daily habits impact our finances. It is not easy to believe that even the little financial choices have potential consequences on our long-term goals.

We know old habits die hard, and the more we stick to bad spending habits, the more we lose the strength and will-power to break them. It’s a recipe for going broke! Some of these decisions may not be a big deal;

they are not that expensive in and of themselves. But it’s not just the cost of those decisions, it is the potential health impact over time, the accumulative effect.  When they add up financially and create habits that can leave us in debt for our entire life.

By doing some simple cost-benefit analysis we can examine the cost and benefits of our habits, and hopefully, decide on making wiser decisions!

Let’s learn more and get ready to talk about it in English.

Start the lesson and move forward!

In this lesson you are going to learn more ideas and vocabulary to have an English conversation about shopping behavior and money habits.

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What You Know

Test Yourself; Money
3 questions
This is a pretest to see how much you already know about this topic. It is a 3-question quiz on the key vocabulary.
Come Up with Ideas; Spending Habits
5 min
Let’s hear your ideas about understanding good and bad spending habits. This is a brain exercise to warm you up for the rest of the lesson. Take 5 minutes and think about these questions.

What You Want to Learn

Watch and Learn! Financial Advice
10 min

I have provided you two short videos. Watch these videos and listen to people talk about the topic. Do not worry if you cannot understand every single word. You are not supposed to!

Money- Key vocabulary part1
10 min
Find the key vocabulary you will need to speak more about the topic. Read and listen to the detailed explanation of the English phrases.
Money-Key vocabulary part2
10 min
Part 2 of key vocabulary. As you learn, think about where and how you can use them later when you want to express your ideas about the topic.

What You Learned

Dive in; Financial Goals
You have come so far to speak English with confidence! It's time to bring everything you have learned to life.
Review; Down Payment
5 questions
This is a 5-question quiz on key vocabulary and ideas from previous steps. If you have difficulty remembering them, get one or two steps back and review.
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Enrolled: 8 students
Duration: 1h
Lectures: 5
Video: 10m

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