Per-level Intermediate: Spending and Consumerism (Review)

PART A_1

In this lesson, you will be able to:
learn words when talking about spending and consumerism
express your opinions about specific topics

PART B_1

Please study the picture below. Then, describe it in as much detail as you can.

PART B_2

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Answer:
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PART B_3

Now, let me ask you a question about the picture.

PART B_4

1. Why is the woman shocked?
Answer:

PART B_5

Now, let us review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)
ANSWERS
1. She is shocked because she left her wallet inside the car.

PART B_6

Choose the correct meaning of the underlined word in each sentence.

PART B_7

1. She was shocked when she realized that she forgot her wallet at home.
a. [noun] an unexpected reaction to something or someone
b. [noun] a type of electricity
c. [adjective] feeling sad and alone
2. He run out of money, so his mother lend him some.
a. [noun] the practice of preparing food
b. [noun] the act of running
c. [verb] to use up everything
3. She already has enough savings to buy her own house.
a. [verb] to pay for something
b. [noun] the money that has been saved
c. [noun] a borrowed money
4. He can now afford to pay for his loans.
a. [adjective] unhappy
b. [adjective] something that is low in price
c. [verb] to have enough money to pay for
5. She wants to earn a living as soon as she starts working.
a. [verb] to earn money to be able to buy the things you need
b. [noun] someone or something is alive
c. [noun] something that you ask someone for help

PART B_8

Now, let us review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)
ANSWERS
1. a. [noun] an unexpected reaction to something or someone
2. c. [verb] to use up everything
3. b. [noun] the money that has been saved
4. c. [verb] to have enough money to pay for
5. a. [verb] to earn the money to be able to buy the things you need

PART C_1

Please construct your own sentences using the following words.

PART C_2

1. shock Answer: .
2. run out Answer: .
3. savings Answer: .
4. afford Answer: .
5. earn a living Answer: .

PART C_3

Now, let us review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)

PART D_1

Please complete each sentence by choosing the correct answer in the box below.

PART D_2

earn a living savings shock
afford run out money
1. He still can’t ____________ to buy a new phone.
2. He has no ____________ left after spending it on useless things.
3. He was ____________ when he found out that the food price has increased.
4. He can’t spend too much money because he must ____________.
5. Her friend has ____________ of money and is asking to let her lend some.

PART D_3

Now, let us review your answers.
(Please review your student’s answers by sending the correct answers in complete sentences. After that, ask your student to read aloud his or her corrected answers.)
ANSWERS
1. He still can’t afford to buy a new phone.
2. He has no savings left after spending it on useless things.
3. He was shocked when he found out that the food price has increased.
4. He can’t spend too much money because he must earn a living.
5. Her friend has run out of money and is asking to let her lend some.

PART E_1

Let’s talk. Please answer the questions by stating your opinions.

PART E_2

1. Some people say that it’s okay to spend too much money. What do you think about that?
Answer:
2. It is better to go to the mall when prices are on sale. Do you agree or disagree?
Answer:

PART F_1

Now, I will ask you the following questions. You may ask questions, too.

PART F_2

1. Why is saving money important?
Answer:
2. How do you save money?
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3. What are the three things that you think money cannot buy?
Answer:
4. Where do you usually spend your money, on foods or clothes?
Answer:
5. Have you experienced running out of money?
Answer:
6. Do you compare prices when you go shopping?
Answer:
7. Do you go shopping when prices are on sale? Why or why not?
Answer: