show you the money! You’re going to learn useful phrasal verbs we use in English to talk about money. Most of us love having money and hate spending it. Regardless of how you feel, money plays an important role in all our lives. I chose to teach you some of the most common phrasal verbs we use to talk about saving money, spending money, paying off debt, and using your savings. You’ll learn how to speak naturally about money by using these expressions. Know it all? Test yourself with the quiz.
Hello, James. Very interesting lesson. Money is a good subject to talk about. Thank you so much. I wish you all the best (health, peace and MONEY). I will see you next time! Bye! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Today I was going out, but since I didn’t have money to burn, I decided to stay home.
Money talks, bullshit walks (… and expression picked up on a film).
I don’t have the words to thank you James.
That’s it for me now.
James,thank you so much for your vivid English class each time, I really learn a lot. Thank you a million~~~
???? thank you James!
Thank you for this wonderful lesson. Now I know how to use these verbs and shock my friends. Thanks a lot!!
thank you mr. james.
it was a good test for me.. :)
i’m so excited to learn more and more :)
Great lesson. Thank a lot
thank you Mr. James Your lesson is useful but I have never used these phrases .
can u put fluency lessons ?
What’s the difference between “dip into” and “dig into” ?
Thanks, great lesson
Nice lesson. It’s so awesome to use mind map to teach! This method is really efficient and helpful.
James, you are a great teacher! Thank you very much! :)
hello james ! we pay money in rupees not in dollar ! The topic was excellent and useful.
Thanks a lot James!!! I really like the way you show a lot of new vocabulary and expressions by doing that kind of diagrams and explaining in detail and with examples all that information.
these phrases are very useful.
James!! You´ re a great teacher!
You have an amazing ability to transmit knowledge.
THANKS THAT WAS A GREAT LESSON YOU ARE THE BEST TEACHER
I’VE EVER KNOWN
I FEEL HAPPY BECAUSE I MADE THE QUIZ AND I GOT 70 IT’S WORTH SAY THAT THIS IS THE BETTER PLACE TO LEARN ..THANK YOU SO MUCH ..HANDSOME ;)
haha! Great lesson! Easy peazy lemon squeezy! I got 90 on the quiz. You rock at teaching, James!
hhhh so funny i like this Lesson
Why can’t I use “pay you off tomorrow”? Why does it have to be “pay you back”? It’s not clear for me.
Thanks James for this great lesson. It is very useful.
I love Abba, too.
Money by Pink Floyd is also a good lyrics about money. :)
Excuse me, I haven’t understand the difference between “fork over”, “cough up” and “shll out”. Could someone explain me it?
Thank you for your lesson! You are the BEST!!! A good explanation plus a lot of charisma
8/10. The vocabulary was new for me. Thanks, James. You´re the best!
Hi James! Thanks for this vidao, it was really interesting. I got new vocabulary to use when talking about money.
Thanks for everything
thanks Mr. James!! Thanks for this awesome lesson!
hello, this approach is very helpful to understan the phrasal verbs and your energy is totally great:)
very useful. thanks
Big thanks teacher James for really pretty useful lesson.Teacher I have problem how to use phrasal verb in a sentence.Can you give us phrasal verbs with the sentence next lessons?
where r u from mesume
My county’s name mentioned there.I’m from Azerbaijan.
Hi James, i love watching your videos lesson, it really helps me to learn English ..i also like your sense of humors… Am i saying right if not please correct me.. See u in your next video ! ?
Love your mindmap! That is so creative!
Thank you James !!
It was very informative! Thx a lot!
he is awesome, I love your lessons James. You are the best ))))))
Always the villain! :)
Great lesson, thanksss
thank you, james
It was very helpful for me
If you want to sometime practice, my account is ahmet.peace (skype)
This Mr. E got into trouble again
Thank you, James, for this wonderful course!
Thanks a lot for another great James, I like the way you teaching us( yeah us)
James, the question #5 could be “pay off” because he borrow me U$ 50 and he’ll paying all money back that mean he will be paying all of his debt with me. In the video you’ve talked about it or I am making a mistake?
hi. I have the same question as you.
I did make a mistake on that quiz too.
cool, really useful :)
Very good explanation, James; I can understand now how to think in English. Thank you very much.
Same here, I thougt to paying the debt of 50$ we could use “pay off”
thank youuuuu great lesson ^^.
Very good lesson mr james, I think someday i’ll pay you back all this. lol
Thanks a lot
Great lesson thanks teacher
I think you employ a very efficient way of teaching English, using these diagrams, topic words and examples! I understand it very quickly and, generally, these contents last in memory forever, after one or two revisits.
I desire to you all sucess to save up money more than enough to satisfy your wishes.
Sorry. I don’t understand the final sentence of your story. I understood that it costs 500$ so next week Mr.E had to PAY BACK on 20$ a day. Because he don’t have enough money so he had to pay back each week is 20$. 500$ is as a debt and he has to reduce a debt by pay back (I understood “pay back” means I pay a debt each time some money until I finish it. I hope you explain me to understand more. Thanks you so much!!!!
Thank you James you are the best?
Hi James! Please – write me in what school you teach, because I want to come to Toronto and be a student in your class and fix my english.
Greetings from Poland.
Thank you very much sir !
Thanks, it’s so interesting
unbelieveble lesson! so cool! congratulations teacher!
Wow!! Thank you James. I learned a lot. I like your way of theaching!!!
thank you James,
Thanks James! You have the gift of teaching grammar using situations of our everyday life. That’s very didactic.
I have a question ,sir
in your very short story in the final minutes of the video , the last line
It actually cost 500$ so he had to ( you said get by ) 20 $ a day .
I thought it might be pay back .
Can i have an explanation ?
This is the worst lasson of ALL of lessons I’ve ever seen before. Becouse explanetions is so short and fast. (
I was listening a music called “The show must go on” made by Queen and I didn’t understand an expression “I’ll top the bill”. What means to “top the bill” in this context?
thank’s James you’re my favorite teacher , it was good lesson for me with new phrasal verb for money
Thanks James. It was really interesting, and your way of teaching is really amazing.
Thank youuuuu ???????
I like lessons like this. Usually I use simle vebs: to earn money,to spend money , to keep money.. Very useful. thanks. Need more lessons like this!!
Thank you I hope understand ???
I am so luck because of ı met you…You are teach so funny…Thank you so much….:)
Hi, fresh teacher James and taciturn Mr.E! That was a real good lesson! But why don’t a little explanation about exercise tasks? For example, when you give back money to friend, why don’t you say “I’ll pay you off”?
thanks a lot! Jame`s spidergram helps to remember the info as a visual trigger which is always helpful :o)
Real cool lesson, I do remember everything! Thank you a lot James!
GREAT LESSON AS ALWAYS. THANKS JAMES.
I’m very pleased.
Thanks JAMES ! Really important things about Money learned today ! Thanks again for your interactive lesson ! I like when you involve the listener in searching the write phrasal verb in the sentence !! Much luck $_$
A useful lesson as usual. I don’t know how to pay you back all these knowledges, i guess by being always concentrated and keeping visiting this website. Thanks a lot for the way you are involved in making us understand the differences between some of the words you teach. That’s what we say in french “la subtilité de la langue”.
sorry… that’s what we CALL in french
Thanks a bunch james…
I also have a request!
Could you please teach us some useful expression for greeting and the expression which are used when we want to say goodbye?
thanks in advance…
James, thank you. Your lesson is always so clear and we can be able to get all the information you want to teach. I think this one of the most complicated subjects for us, Brazilians because the way foreigners talk about money, is very different from us. I love your videos and I take note about everything. Please, DON’T STOP SINGING! Haha. :)
loving the way you deliver it, James! I find it easy to understand. Thank you! :)
hey james, u r the best english teacher which i had seen ever :D
Hello James. I’m Ivan from Brazil. I have learnt a lot with EngVid. I and Know people who have learnt much also with EngVid.
I really appreciate that, and it would be even better if you from EngVid could make up and App.
I decided to buy a new house so I need to save up money, I know it is not easy to buy an expensive house because at the same Time we need to cough up for food, electricity and so on, I have 1000$ monthly, I should dip into about 300$ for my house’s money, anyway i am happy because I paid off for my new car.
A very interesting lesson . Thank you teacher .
It’s useful lesson about money, and also it’s increased my vocabulary and practice made more connections in my mind.
Thank you, James. I did 7/10, because I did not get clear spending money fork off, cough up and also save up. Good lesson.
thank you very much.
Pls add me in skype for conversations: kirill199420
thanks a lot names.. it was an important lesson especially that we’re suffering from many financial problems
here in Syria the salaries are too low ..maybe the salary doesn’t even be enough to eat and survive
you need hundred years of saving up money to afford a new apartment
every day you’re scrabing by
what a hard life !
Thank you James!
Hello James, it is not easy to learn all those phrasal verb until we use them several times.Thanks a lot
Excellent lesson, interesting and useful.
In the song “when I am 64″ the Beatles say:
” we shall scrimp and save”. Is this idiom stronger
than “save up” or is it the same.Hope you have
some free time to read this comment.
thanks a lot phrasal verbs it’s very important
very helpful lesson
I think it is a hard lesson I hope if you provide us with another one to keep it deeply in our minds.
Very good lesson .thanks
You got 10 correct out of 10.
thank you for your efforts.
This lesson was superb.
Thanks,James.It helps me be good at English.
Thank you so much James you’re my favorite teacher here!
James, you are my favorite teacher ever I have! You are so charismatic! if I have some money to study English with a native speaker >>you will be wealthy
Great lesson, Thank you.
I got 9 out of 10.
I missed question 8.
Seems to interested, I need to be fameliar with this new words
well that was an amazing lesson with an amazing teacher thank you so much
10/10 100% Thank you JAMES
The lesson was very helpful and enlightening, Thank you Mister.
Thanks James for the lesson
I can’t believe I did 100% on this test. I don’t know why. I do not really understand this lesson
I’m quite grateful for you English lesson Mr. James from Canada….. Greetings from Surco