LEVEL: Intermediate

TYPE OF ENGLISH: General English


Banking


This lesson teaches useful words and phrases for describing banking products and services including types of bank accounts, loans, payment methods and foreign exchange. Through listening and role play, the students learn how to exchange money from one currency to another, pay in and withdraw cash, enquire about their bank balance and check their overdraft limit. The lesson plan includes an animated video version of the dialogues.




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Banking

Type: Practical English

Level: Intermediate

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