Many of my students have been requesting vocabulary videos that focus on some special study area like finance, science etc. So, today I made a video on finance through a game called AdVenture Capitalist. It is pretty fun and a good learning experience if you are interested in financial-related English. Here is the video.
And here is a description of the vocabulary:
Noun: Valuable resources in the form of money or things, also known as assets.
South Korea is rich with human capital.
Noun (Capitalism): A system where a country’s trade and industry are owned privately, not by the government.
The American economy is driven by capitalism.
Noun (Capitalist): Someone who invests capital to make a profit.
Warren Buffett is a famous capitalist.
Verb: To spend time or money with the expectation to receive some capital gains or profit.
I invested $100.00 in Google 10 years ago and now i’ve made $100,000 in profits!
Noun (Investor): Someone who spends capital with the expectation of receiving capital gains or profit.
I gave the money I saved to an investor to invest it for me in the stock market.
Noun (Investment): A thing that is worth buying because it will increase in value in the future.
Right now solar energy is a great investment.
Noun: 1. A limited or fixed amount of people/things.
Canada’s yearly immigration quota is 280,000 people.
2. A person’s share of what has to be done.
In my charity club I need to meet my quota and donate at least 10 cans of food.
Verb: To get or obtain a financial benefit.
I profited a lot from my electric car investment.
Noun: A financial gain or benefit.
Investors receive a share of a company’s profits.
Verb: To pay someone in return for their work or labour
I salary my employees twice a month.
Noun: A regular payment (in return for work or labour)
The salary of a lawyer is much higher than that of a construction worker.
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