* money children and teenagers get from their parents each week.
vocabulary about money Revision:
ago - nowadays - more than enough Vocabulary raise (noun)
- an increase in pay; something is made larger or greater, i.e.
- I'm going to ask my boss for a raise.
- amount of money spent on needs, i.e.
- Yes, I'll come and speak at your meeting, just pay my travel expenses, please.
- to consume or spend uselessly, i.e.
- He wasted all the money on taxis and taking his friends to expensive restaurants.
- The film was terrible, seeing it was a waste of time.
- to let someone use something that will be returned to you later , i.e.
- She didn't have any money so I lent her some.
- to use someone else's property or receive money to be paid back later - Can I borrow your dictionary, please? (Note: Can you lend me your dictionary, please?)- Sure, but let me have it back before next lesson.
to pay back
-to repay money that has been lent, i.e.
- Yes, you can borrow twenty pounds, but please pay me back by the weekend.
to go up - to increase, especially costs / prices, i.e.
- The cost of living has really gone up this year.