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Phrasal verbs: Money

Worksheet overview

This worksheet includes 12 phrasal verbs that are used when talking about money. It includes various speaking activities which will encourage students to practise and use the target vocabulary. The first activity introduces 6 phrasal verbs (e.g. chip in, live on, rip off). Students deduce the meaning from the context of the sentences given. Then complete a few questions and use them as conversation starters. Next, a short text introduces 6 more phrasal verbs (e.g. run up debt, fork out, get by). The worksheet includes a quiz and 2 more speaking activities: students complete and discuss various money-related statements and work on creating dialogues including the verbs given. The conversation cards provide additional practice opportunities and can be used over the course of various classes to reinforce and revise the vocabulary. This worksheet would work great in combination with a video lesson plan related to money, finance and budgeting.


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