UnitOverview_Level_10_Unit_3_2286

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Unit overview Level 10 Unit 3 Personal finances Kosa Kata Vocabulary Phonetic spelling Part of speech Translation / definition afford UK [әˈfɔ ː d] US [әˈfɔ ː rd] verb to have enough money or time to be able to buy or to do sth benefit UK [ˈbenɪfɪt] US [ˈbenɪfɪt] noun an advantage that you get from a company in addition to the money that you earn; money from an insurance company borrow UK [ˈbɒrәʊ] US [ˈbɑ ː roʊ] verb to take money from a person or bank and agree to pay it back to them at a later time broke UK [brәʊk] US [broʊk] adj. having no money budget UK [ˈbʌdʒɪt] US [ˈbʌdʒɪt] noun the money that is available to a person or an organization and a plan of how it will be spent over a period of time circumstance UK [ˈsɜ ː kәmstәns] US [ˈsɜ ː rkәmstæns] noun the conditions and facts that are connected with and affect a situation, an event or an action claim UK [kleɪm] US [kleɪm] verb to ask for money from the government or a company because you have a right to it utility UK [ju ː ˈ tɪlәti] US [ju ː ˈ tɪlәti] noun a service provided for the public, for example an electricity, water or gas supply tax UK [tæks] US [tæks] noun money that you have to pay to the government so that it can pay for public services. People pay tax according to their income and businesses pay tax according to their profits. Tax is also often paid on goods and services construction UK [kәnˈstrʌkʃn] US [kәnˈstrʌkʃn] noun the process or method of building or making sth, especially roads, buildings, bridges, etc cost of living noun the amount of money that people need to pay for food, clothing and somewhere to live daily
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