UK Finance Lingo-10 Money Idioms Brits Actually Use Ep 676
The Ins And Outs Of British English Money Idioms
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- ???? Speak Like a Local: Learn 10 British idioms around money, from "In the red" to "A money pit". Don't just blend in, stand out!
- ???? Common Use, Not Slang: These aren't your everyday phrases; these idioms frequently appear in newspapers and formal English.
- ???? Universality Factor: Discover if these idioms have a counterpart in your own language!
- ???? Rich Context: Dive deep into each idiom's historical background and current use—no more guesswork!
- ???? Speak & Understand: Our method focuses on listening and repetition to make you conversational.
Saving is a fine thing. Especially when your parents have done it for you.⭐ Winston Churchill
Did you know the phrases 'In the red' and 'In the black' come from an era before computers? Discover why bankers used red and black ink in ledgers! Have you ever wondered why people say 'Break the bank'? Learn how this phrase traces its roots to the world of casinos and gambling!
Want to learn how to talk about money like a native English speaker? Stay tuned until the end, and you'll discover a phrase that perfectly describes something that just keeps draining your money. Trust me, you don't want to miss this!
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Don't tell me where your priorities are. Show me where you spend your money, and I'll tell you what they are.⭐ James W. Frick
???? Speak Like a Native: Learn expressions you might read in British newspapers or hear in formal English.