What is your attitude to credit cards and other kinds of debt?
What is your attitude to lending money to friends?
Do poor and rich people have equal opportunities in your country?
How much are the problems of the world due to the influence of money?
How much money would you give your children for pocket money (= allowance)? Would you make that money dependant on anything? What would you say if they asked for more?
Do you think people trying to get more money is generally a positive or negative influence on society?
Does money make people happy, do you think?
What would and wouldn’t you do for a million pounds?
What would you do if you won a fortune?
What would you do if you were the richest man in the world?
What would you think, say or do if someone gave you a diamond ring on your second date?
What would you do if you found a suitcase full of money in your front garden/ in your hotel room?
Do you think that rich people usually deserve their money?
Does everyone in your country have the same opportunity to get rich?
What things are more important than money in a marriage partner?
Money idioms discussion questions Student B
Are you good at saving money? Why do you say that?
Do you shop around?
Are you good at haggling? Do you enjoy it?
What do you think about buying second hand things (= used things)?
Do you ever give money to charity?
What do you think a good government tax policy would be?
What is your attitude to investment? How much of a risk taker are you?
What do you think about giving money to beggars?
What is the minimum someone needs to live on in your country?
What do you think about banks in your country?
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
“Investing on the stock market isn’t much different from putting money on the horses”
What would you have to do to be worth your weight in gold to your company or university?
How would you blow 2000 pounds in a weekend?
What would you splash out on if you could double your income?
Are you a price conscious shopper?
How can you show off how much money you have without being tacky?
When was the last time you were skint (= broke)?
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