MODULE
Lesson 33. Break the bank
1. If you won a lot of money, would you ...
1. If you won a lot of money, would you ...

1)      spend it on yourself?

2)      spend it on family and friends?

3)      give it away to a good clause?

4)      put it in a bank and not tell anyone about it?

Is it possible to have too much money? Why/Why not?

1)      spend it on yourself? 2)      spend it on family...
2. We are going to listen to the song called "Ka-Ching". But at first let's study some vocabulary.
2. We are going to listen to the song called "Ka-Ching". But at first let's study some vocabulary.
Speaking. Intermediate. Module 9. Lesson 33. Money from SkyEdge
Listen to the song and complete the gaps with the given words.
Listen to the song and complete the gaps with the given words.
Shania Twain - Ka-Ching! (Red Version)
Shania Twain - Ka-Ching! (Red Version)
Duration (m)
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b) Listen to the text. Check your previous answers.
b) Listen to the text. Check your previous answers.
3. Put these words into two columns.
3. Put these words into two columns.
Can you add any more words or phrases to the table?
4. Think of one thing that ...
4. Think of one thing that ...

1)    is a waste of money/good value for money.

2)    you'd like to do but you don't have enough time to do.

3)    you do to use your time wisely.

4)    you spend a lot of money on.

5)    you would do today if you had lots of money to spare.

6)    you'd like to invest money or time in.

1)    is a waste of money/good value for money. 2)   ...
5. Money vocabulary.
5. Money vocabulary.
a) Complete with the verbs in the correct tense.
a) Complete with the verbs in the correct tense.
b) Complete the PREPOSITION column.
b) Complete the PREPOSITION column.
c) Match the words and definitions.
c) Match the words and definitions.
6. Do these exercises to practice the vocabulary.
6. Do these exercises to practice the vocabulary.
7. Listening. a) “Study shows money makes us worry”. Before we listen to this text decide if the statements are True or False.
7. Listening. a) “Study shows money makes us worry”. Before we listen to this text decide if the statements are True or False.

Almost 110,000 took part in a BBC study on money.

T / F

The BBC research was the biggest ever on the psychology of money.

T / F

The research says 40% of us worry about money all the time.

T / F

The researchers said men are more generous than women with money.

T / F

The article says we look for new ways to buy things on impulse.

T / F

The research questions why milk is always at the back of the store.

T / F

The study found impulse buying is not so good on our wallets.

T / F

Impulse buyers are 3 times likelier to go bankrupt.

 

Almost 110,000 took part in a BBC study on money....
c) Listen again and do this quiz.
c) Listen again and do this quiz.
d) Answer the questions.
d) Answer the questions.

1.

What shows that looking after money isn't easy?

2.

How many people participated in the study?

3.

How many of us always worry about spending money?

4.

What percentage of people feel guilty about buying themselves things?

5.

What are women more likely to suffer from?

6.

What are shops continually looking at getting us to do?

7.

What question do the researchers have about candies and chocolate?

8.

What two everyday necessities are mentioned?

9.

What is impulse buying bad for?

10.

What thing are impulse buyers three times more likely to do?

 

 

 

 

1. What shows that looking after money isn't easy? 2....
8. Numbers. a) Write the numbers. Then listen and repeat
8. Numbers. a) Write the numbers. Then listen and repeat

·        fifteen

·        fifty

·        a hundred

·        seven hundred and fifty

·        one thousand five hundred

·        seventy-five thousand

·        a million

·        seven and a half million

·        seven hundred and fifty thousand.

·        fifteen ·        fifty ·        a hundred ·        seven hundred...
b) Complete the numbers. Then listen and check.(
b) Complete the numbers. Then listen and check.(

·        £2.50        two _____ fifty

·        $8.99        eight _____    _____

·        3.20         Three _____  _____

·        50%          fifty _____  cent

·        0.5            nought _____ five

·        3.9             _____  _____  _____

·        1/2                     a _____

·                      a _____

·        1/4            a _____

·        3/4             three _____

·        6 1/2                     six _____ a half

·        £2.50        two _____ fifty ·        $8.99        eight _____    _____...
c) Practice saying these numbers.
c) Practice saying these numbers.
9. Role play. Choose 2 of these roles and give a 2 min talk to support your views
9. Role play. Choose 2 of these roles and give a 2 min talk to support your views
Thank you for the lesson!
Thank you for the lesson!
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