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What does a cashless future mean? | The Economist


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Lesson Notes
Video Length
5:21

Lesson Time
1–2 hrs.

Video Type



What does a cashless future mean? | The Economist

Lesson Description

In this ESL lesson plan for adults and teens, students watch a video and do a listening exercise on finance and a cashless future. It includes discussion questions, conversation, and other activities about finance, the economy, money, and digital payments. Students also learn some important vocabulary terms, expressions, and phrases from the video. The grammar exercise features the difference between 'would' and 'used to' for the past. There is also a quiz & review section which includes bonus activities.


Lesson Activities

Speaking
Cashless Future, Economy, Credit Cards, Cash
Viewing
Short Answers, Numbers
Vocabulary
Adjectives, Verbs, Nouns, Phrases, Context Usage
Grammar
How to Use 'used to' and 'would' in the past
Additional
Quiz & Review + Bonus Activities

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