Financial Vocabulary Trends- Mini-Presentations

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Intermediate
Topic: Money
Grammar Topic: Vocabulary
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 19th Jul 2015

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Financial Vocabulary Trends- Mini-Presentations

Part Two: Financial collocations

Without looking above for now, write as many different words as you can before and/ or 
after the words below to make financial English collocations. Some words below can also 
go together, but most go with words which aren’t below. Collocations which weren’t on the 
previous page are also fine, as long as they make sense.

+ bonuses +

+ bankruptcies +

+ confidence +

+ debt +

+ fund(s) +

+ growth +

+ household +

+ industrial +

+ insurance +

+ price(s) +

+ profit(s) +

+ rate(s) +

+ rent(s) +

+ share +

+ stock(s) +

+ trade/ trading +

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

Use the extra words below to help with the task above, writing the extra collocations on 
that page (not numbering, drawing lines, etc). All the words below can be used at least 
once, and some several times. Note that many more collocations are possible. 

action (strikes etc)
annual
balance of
blue-chip
business 
capital gains
commercial 
commodity 
consumer 
corporate 
credit card 
deficit
economic
end-of-year
exchange
food 
gold 
government 
hedge 
income
index-linked 
market index/ indices
insider
interest
margins
market 
net
(crude) oil 
performance-related
personal
pre-tax
premiums
property
residential
sales
savings
semi-annual
sovereign capital
surplus
volumes

Check with the first worksheet. Note that many other collocations are possible, so if you 
have different answers please check with your teacher. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2015

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