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INTERMEDIATE SEVEN

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Augusto Casablanca

on 8 July 2016

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Transcript of INTERMEDIATE SEVEN

REWARD (v) (n)
My boss rewarded me with a day off for my hard work.

BENEFITS (n)
There are several benefits to owning a car.

SPLURGE (informal v)
Even though it wasn´t necessary, the local health authorities decided to splurge on a new X-ray machine for the hospital.

MAKE ENDS MEET (v expr)
In the current economic crisis, a lot of families are finding it hard to make ends meet.

INVEST (v)
Ben invested his life's savings into his own small store.

PUT AWAY (v)
Every year, I put away some money for a new car.

LIVE PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK (v expr)
With the miserable salary I earn, I live paycheck to paycheck. I guess I need another job.

SQUANDER (v)
He squandered his entire inheritance on gambling.
STICK TO A BUDGET (v)
A credit counselor is a professional trained to help you make and stick to a budget, suggest ways to reduce costs, and help you contact creditors


GET OUT OF DEBT (v expr)
Remember, your objective is to get out of debt as soon as possible and start saving.


SUSTAIN (v)
The runner is off to a good start, but can she sustain that pace?


RUN OUT (v)
Maybe when I run out of money, I will get back to work.

MAX OUT (v slang)
She spent so much money on shoes that I thought she would max out her credit card!


GET FINANCES IN ORDER (v expr)
Banks are trying to get their finances in order in the wake of the crisis.


PAY OFF (v)
The collection company kept calling me for weeks until I finally paid off my debt.

VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT
INTERMEDIATE SEVEN
*
When
Jane
went
to see the elephants, she
had already seen
the lions.
*
After
the family
had had
breakfast, they
went
to the zoo.
*
When
Jane
had seen
the elephants, she
wanted
to see the giraffes.
* Jane
had read
a lot about elephants
before
she
went
to the zoo.
* Jane
went
to the zoo
as soon as
she
had finished
reading her new book about elephants.
The family had breakfast.
The family went to the zoo.
Jane saw the lions.

Jane went to see the elephants.
Jane saw the elephants.
Jane wanted to see the giraffes.
Jane read a lot about elephants.
Jane went to the zoo.
Jane finished reading books about elephants.
Jane went to the zoo.
THE PAST PERFECT
+
THE SIMPLE PAST
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