[Vocabulary] This will help you to make your money go further and stop you from getting into debts

ambitious-girl

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Hello,

What does "go further" mean?

Is the second definition of the verb "go further" in link below correct? It means last longer.

http://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/further_1?q=further


You can't be trusted with your own money. You definitely need someone to help you to manage your finances better. Why not speak to an organized friend about how to plan? This will help you to make your money go further and stop you from getting into debt.


Source: American English File 3
 
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Yes, it means "last longer".
 

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Your understanding is correct, but are you sure you've quoted that piece correctly? Did it really have "... getting into debts"?
 

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And did it say "how o plan"?
 

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Your understanding is correct, but are you sure you've quoted that piece correctly? Did it really have "... getting into debts"?
Sorry. It was typo. It was "debt" not "debts".

And did it say "how o plan"?

Ohhh! What a mistake.
I'll Correct them
 
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