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  • Hello.

  • I'm going to teach you today about money.

  • Do you like money?

  • Most people do.

  • I hate money.

  • Money ruins people's lives.

  • It destroys families.

  • But we need money to live and buy things, so it is important.

  • That's why I'm going to teach you about it.

  • I'm gonna teach you some vocabulary that maybe you have never heard before.

  • Coin cash, bucks and dollars.

  • All of these words mean money, Coin or coins.

  • Refer to uh huh.

  • On paper money.

  • Ones like these.

  • 25 cents.

  • 10 cents.

  • Five cents.

  • One cent.

  • Cash is usually paper.

  • Money box is actually slang for dollars.

  • So you have coin, cash, bucks and dollars.

  • Now, in Canada, we do not have $1 or $2 bills, paper money anymore.

  • There's another one bills.

  • So we say $1 bill, $2 bills.

  • What we have in Canada are coins of $1.2 dollar values.

  • So the very first coin that we got was a loonie.

  • A loonie.

  • I wish I had a loony is eight sided.

  • It's gold and it has a picture of a loon.

  • It's $1.

  • Then in many years later, we got rid of our $2 bills and they developed another coin.

  • It's a tuning now.

  • Allouni has a loon on one side and the queen on the other side.

  • Can you guess?

  • But it to me has on one side of the coin.

  • What do you think, Looney Tune E.

  • It's a polar bear Who did this?

  • Who decided that a loony would be a loon?

  • And then we're crazy in Canada.

  • So that, to me, is worth $2 and it has a polar bear.

  • This is a picture of a polar bear.

  • Good drawing, Ronnie.

  • Thank you.

  • So, loony tune E $1.2 dollars.

  • Now, another word for these coins is change.

  • So sometimes you people say, Do you have change for a dollar?

  • Which means they need coins or they need smaller amounts of money.

  • So these coins can also be called change.

  • This is a noun.

  • So we have 25 cents, 10 cents, five cents and one cent.

  • But we actually have different names, not slang every day.

  • Names for these coins.

  • 25 cents.

  • We call a quarter.

  • Do you know why we call it a quarter?

  • Mm hmm.

  • I'm gonna do math.

  • Watch out So $1 has 100 beautiful cents or 100 pennies.

  • A quarter of 100.

  • 1225 ding ding ding.

  • A quarter of 100 is 25 so we call 25 cents a quarter.

  • Good.

  • That makes sense.

  • Next one, we have 10 cents.

  • I don't know where they got these from.

  • 10 cents is a dime.

  • We have an expression, an idiom.

  • Something could stop on a dime.

  • Now, the idea of this is a dime is very, very thin and small.

  • So if a car can stop on a dime, it means it can stop really quickly in a short time.

  • I don't understand that either.

  • The next one we have is five cents or a nickel.

  • Now, a long time ago are five cent coins were actually made with nickel Nicholas of metal.

  • But now Nicholas Too expensive.

  • So it's probably made from a different metal, not nickel.

  • I don't know which one.

  • And the last one, the lonely pani Oh, the one cent.

  • Recently in Canada, we have stopped making the penny.

  • The penny is no longer.

  • We have no more policy.

  • If you have a penny, give it to me.

  • Give me two million pennies.

  • I would like you forever.

  • So a penny is one cent?

  • Um, you might hear the expression a penny for your thoughts.

  • That means basically someone wants to know what you're thinking.

  • So if your baby daydreaming this is a penny for your thoughts.

  • That means Tell me what you're thinking and I will give you a penny.

  • No.

  • How about I don't give you a penny?

  • You don't give me a penny, and I don't tell you what I'm thinking.

  • Mhm.

  • How about a to me for my thoughts there.

  • Mm.

  • I want to know your thoughts.

  • Go to invade dot com.

  • Let me comment.

  • Mm.

  • Go to use tube and subscribe to my channel.

  • There will be lots of pennies, dimes and nickels for every one of you that do this.

  • Until then, goodbye.

Hello.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/09
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