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3-17 Money March 17
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Survival course to learn English from scratch
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDY

1- watch the video. 2- watch it again repeating after the teacher. 3- read the transcript (optional), see if you understand. 4- watch the video again once or more times until you learn the lesson well. 5- now try to use some objects to reproduce the dialogue (more or less) so you can practise what you just learnt. [With thanks to Hugosite]

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This is money. This is all money.
These are called bills: dollar bill, five dollar bill, ten dollar bill, twenty dollar bill
One dollar, five dollars, ten dollars, twenty dollars.
This is called, these are called change or coins. Change or coins.
This coin is the smallest coin. It's called a penny or a cent, C-E-N-T, cent, or a penny.
This coin is called a nickle, nickle. Five pennies make a nickle. 1, 2, 3; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 pennies are the same as a nickle. Ok?
This is called a dime. A dime. Ten. A dime is worth 10 pennies. 10, those are the same. One dime is worth ten pennies.
This is a quarter, it's worth twenty-five (25) pennies. This is also called 25 cents. 25 cents.
This is called 10 cents. This is called 5 cents.
What does it cost? Oh, it's five cents.
How much does it cost? Oh, twenty-five cents.
How much does it cost? Ten cents.
Ok.

 
 

 

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