Presentation on theme: "HOW DOES MONEY MAKE YOUR WORLD GO ROUND? Buy everything you want Travel to other countries Meet interesting people Have hobbies which need money such."— Presentation transcript:
Buy everything you want Travel to other countries Meet interesting people Have hobbies which need money such as collecting cars or pictures Take better care of your health Help other people
Don’t forget! We always use “money” in singular.
borrow- to use something that belongs to other people; collect - to get and keep things that interest you; earn - to get salary; lend - to let someone use something you have, especially money; lose - to fail; make - to earn money; need - to say that something is necessary; save - to keep money in order to use it later; spend - to use money to buy or pay for something; win – to be successful in a competition 1. In a casino you can…………..or……………..mo ney very easily! 2. If you………………. money, you can ask a friend to………………….. you some or……………….money from a bank. 3. His company…………………a lot of money and so he …………… a good salary. 4. She is careful with money – she doesn’t …………………very much. She ………….. 40 pounds a week. 5. At the moment she…………………….money for charity
100% of students think they don’t have enough pocket money from parents 18% of students save all the money they get as presents 81% of students spend all the money they have buying things they like but often unnecessary or stupid 50% of students never lent or borrow money 15% of students earn money themselves 65% of students are quite generous and give some money to charity
1. When you get a present of money, how much do you save? A) all of it B) most of it C) some of it D) none of it 2. How many pieces of clothes or footwear did you buy last month? A) nothing B) some things C) not many D) a lot of
3. When you go out with your friends, how much money do you take with you? A) nothing B) not very much C) quite a lot D) all the money I have 4. If you see two things in a shop you really like, do you buy…? A) neither of them B) one of them C) sometimes both of them D) always both of them
5. Someone asks you to give something to a charity that you like, how much money do you give? A) nothing B) a little C) quite a lot D) all the money I’ve got with me Mainly “A” answers: you are very careful with money! Mainly “B” answers: you are quite careful with money! Mainly “C” answers: you aren’t very careful with money! Mainly “D” answers: you are generous but need to take more care with your money!
“Who wants to be a Millionaire? I don’t,” says Charles Gray.
1. False 2. No Information 3. True 4. True 5. No Information 6. False
You can travel all over the world. You have a lot of free time. You needn't go to work. People are interested in your opinion. You don't have to worry about your education or finding a good job. You can always help your relatives and friends. You can spend all your spare time on your hobby. Threatening letters and blackmail are not unusual things in your life. You can give away some money to charities.
People are jealous of your wealth. You are afraid to lose your money. Everybody asks you to lend them some money. You can never be sure if people like you or your money. It is difficult to find real friends. You are in constant danger of the wrong attention. You need a bodyguard. It is difficult to know who to trust. Many rich people suffer from nervous breakdowns or drug and alcohol problems.
USEFUL VOCABULARY charity shop - a shop that sells second-hand clothes, toys etc. to help the charity do its work drop out - to stop following the usual rules; stop working or studying
CHARITIES A HOSPICE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE DYING OF AN INCURABLE DISEASE SUCH AS AIDS SPONSORSHIP FOR CHILDREN IN THE THIRD WORLD HELPING THE OLD WITH FOOD AND HOUSING HELPING HOMELESS AND NEGLECTED PEOPLE IN CITIES CANCER RESEARCH PROTECTION OF WILD NATURE
The love of money is the route of all evil Friendship can be bought only by friendship Neither a borrower nor a lender be Better be born lucky than rich
Scorecard Your pointsYour mark for the lesson 30 points12 27-29 points11 24-26 points10 21-23 points9 18-20 points8 15-17 points7 Less than 14 points Next lesson will be more successful!