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ACTIVITY 1
 
Match the idioms with their definitions To hear the idiom click on the icon below next to the image.
 
  1. To tighten one's belt                                  

  

    2.   To make ends meet                              
 
 
 
   3.  Chickenfeed                                               
 
 
 
    4. To be made of money                  
 
 
     5.To bring home the bacon                 
 
 
 
    6. To cost an arm and a leg                       
 
 
    7. From rags to riches                            
 
 
   8. Your bread and butter                            
 
 
    9. To pay through your nose                             
 
 
 10. To pour money down the drain         
 
 
 11. To get along on a shoestring                                                                          
 
 
ACTIVITY 2
 
 Fill in the gaps and form some more idoms about money.
 
 
  1.  He is very rich.He in money.
  2. Be careful. Money doesn't grow on .
  3. I owe money to the bank. I'm in the
  4. We can afford it. It only costs $30. It will not break the .
  5. I will not give her the product before I see the    of her  money.

 

       


 

 

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