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Verbs Related to Money

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To borrow –

To take money from someone which has to be returned.
Example – I borrowed money from my Aunt this morning to buy a new laptop.

To Earn –

To get paid for the work that you have done.
Example – If you work hard you will surely earn well.

To Lend –

To give money to someone, expecting it to be returned.
Example – I lend some money to my friend last week.

To Pay / Spend –

To give money for goods or services.
Example – I paid $200 for this new microwave.

To Save –

To keep money for future needs.
Example – I am trying to save money in order to buy a house soon.

To Owe –

When you are suppose to pay someone or return money to someone.
Example – I owe money to the bank for the loan I had taken last year.

To Win –

To make money by winning a lottery or by gambling
Example – I won $1000 in Vegas last year/

To Lose –

Misplacing money or losing money in a bet or in gambling.
Example – I was robbed last week at the subway and lost a lot of money.

Verbs and Phrasal Verbs to do with Money


Many verbs have different meanings, however this section deals with verbs and phrasal verbs connected with money. An example is provided only where the verb is commonly used in everyday conversation.

At least one irregular verb in bold is shown in all its forms.

VERBS

The Verb (infinitive form) The Meaning An example 
( Simple Past Tense)
Regular
/Irregular
To borrow  To get or receive something from someone (often money) with the intention of giving it back after a period of time. I borrowed your bike last week? Regular
TO BUY
To obtain something by paying money for it. I bought a lot of wine for the party. Irregular
To earn To receive money as payment for work that you do. He earnt a decent wage before he retired. Irregular
To lend  To give something to someone for a short period of time, expecting it to be given back. She lent me her book. Irregular
To pay
 
To give money to someone for something you want to buy or for services provided. I wasn't paid enough. Irregular
To save To keep something, especially money, for use in the future. I saved for my pension. Regular
TO SPEND
To give money as a payment for something: I spent all my savings on this web site. Irregular

PHRASAL VERBS

The Phrasal Verb The Meaning An example 
( Simple Past Tense)
S=Separable
I=Inseparable
To buy sb off  To pay someone so that they do not cause you any trouble. The company thought they had bought him off but he took them to court and won. S
To buy sb out To buy a part of a company or building from someone else so that you own all of it. They bought their competitor's share in the target company. S
To buy sth up To buy large amounts of something, or all that is available. He bought up all the land in the surrounding area. S
To cash in on sth  To get money or another advantage from an event or situation, often in an unfair way. A lot of people are trying to cash in on the situation. I
To cash up To count all the money taken by a shop or business at the end of each day. She cashed up when the shop closed. S
To pay sth off To pay back money that you owe. We paid off our mortgage after 25 years. S
To pay (sth) out To spend money on something, or to pay money to someone. I paid out £500 to get the computer fixed. S
To pay up To give someone the money that you owe them, especially when you do not want to. If he doesn't pay up, I'll throw him out. It's as simple as that. S
To save (sth) onsth  To avoid using something [e.g. electricity, food] so that you do not have to pay for it He used to go to bed very early to save on his electricity bills. S

 

Money Vocabulary Word List

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A
afford
ATM
auction

 

B
bailout
balance
bank
bankrupt
bankruptcy
bargain
bill
bonds
borrow
bought
budget
business
buy

 

C
capital
cash
cent
change
cheap
check
collateral
commodity
compound
coupon
credit
credit card
currency

 

D
debt
defecit
deposit
depression
dime
discount
diversify
dividend
dollar
donate
donation
donor
down payment

 

E
earn
earnings
economy
economics
economist
equity
estate
Euro
exchange
expense
expensive

 

F
finance
financier
fund

 

I
income
interest
invest
investment
investor

 

L
lend
lender
loan
loss

 

M
margin
market
money
mortgage

 

N
nickel
note

 

O
outgo
overdrawn

 

P
pay
payment
pence
penny
percentage
poor
portfolio
Pound
profit
purse

 

Q
quarter

 

R
rate
rebate
receipt
recession
rent
reserve
rich
risk

 

S

sale
save
savings
security
sell

 

seller
sold
spend
stocks
surplus
swap

 

T
tax
teller
thrifty
trade
treasury

 

V
value
vault

 

W
wallet
wealth
withdraw

 

Y
yield

 

Follow these links and do the exercises:

http://www.learningchocolate.com/content/verbs-related-money

https://www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish/lessons/phrasal-verbs-about-money

 

 

 

Fuente: Created by Susan Zilberstein
Fecha: 4/9/2018 | Creado por: Susana Beatriz
Categoria: Game Time
Etiquetas: Almagro, Inglés, Teens, 5, 2018, Susan, Zilberstein