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In this week’s episode, we talk about money. First we review some slang terms for money, and then we talk about the popular names for our coins – have you every heard of the loonie? We also look at a couple more expressions to do with making money: the breadwinner and to bring home the bacon. Listen hear to learn about Canadian dough!

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Maura: You might hate money or love money, but you have a feeling about it and you use it. Yeah, and in English there are so many slang terms for money.
Robin: So many.
Maura: Yeah, but we’re going to mention a few of the more popular ones.
Robin: And to start with, what do we have?
Maura: Well, one of my favourite slang terms for money is moolah.
Robin Moolah.
Maura: Yeah, like, “Robin do you have any moolah?

Expression included from this episode in Lipservice:

moolah dough
bread well
loot list of slang terms for money
penny nickel
dime quarter
vice versa images on the coins in Canada
loonie twoonie
bill bucks
the breadwinner to bring home the bacon

Podcast/ Lipservice: Culips ESL Podcast, Photo: Anita Hart

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  1.' Ufkee from Turkey says:

    Hi! Yours podcasts are very good. I understand more when I read articles. With your podcasts you bring the real English!

  2.' elvis says:

    thank you very much for this real beautiful and useful podcast. I’m very proud to use it with my friends.

  3.' Amr Wady says:

    Hello Culips team,
    First of all, i want to thank you for this great podcast episode and that was i am looking for. So, How about Dosh, Foldable, Stuff, Quid or Nicker and Green-back-buck?
    Have a ball,


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