Ekonomikos planas. Lecture plan. Starting up. Vocabulary Financial terms. . Reading. Finding finance. Language review Dependent prepositions. Skills Negotiating. Business correspondence Writing a summary. Lecture notes. Warmer. Financed - its financing. Vocabulary Learning some financial terms and expressions. Verbs that come in front of money. How can start up companies raise money Checking the meanings of the terms. Finding and explaining the idioms in the text. Playing the role play game in pairs , while one student is Sarah and the other the investor. Learn of. Learn from. Consists of. Consists in.
3. Mark Blaney: Raising Finance for your business, How to books, 2006
4. Modwena Rees-Mogg: Dragons or Angels? What investors in business are really like, Crimson, 2008
/1. Warmer. Finance is the way money is made, lent or used. To describe the financial situation of a government, organization or person, we talk about their finances. The way that something is paid for is the way that it will be financed- its financing.
A financier is someone who works in finance at a high level, providing money for particular companies and projects.
Starting up. Comparing sources of borrowing money and talking about and discussing some common sayings about money. Trying to find out some Lithuanian equivalents.
Financial terms- cash flow, equity, asset, possession, fee, charge, interest, bankruptcy, warranty, overpayment, indemnity, investment, administration, dividend, stock, instalment, subsidy, credit, overdraft, mortgage, budget, collateral, share, venture, grant, debtor, debt, liabilities, deposit.