English Grammar Money
Learn English Money Grammar

Grammar Level 2- Lesson Twenty One

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Money in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

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Requirement Lessons

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Talking about Money

coins: a penny / a nickel / a dime / a quarter

These are coins.

Some people call coins “change.”

1. This is a penny.

A penny is worth one cent.

A picture of Abraham Lincoln is on the penny.

2. This is a nickel.

A nickel is worth five cents.

A picture of Thomas Jefferson is on the nickel.

3. This is a dime.

A dime is worth ten cents.

A picture of Franklin Roosevelt is on the dime.

4. This is a quarter.

A quarter is worth twenty-five cents.

A picture of George Washington is on the quarter.

5. This is a half dollar.

A half dollar is worth fifty cents.

A picture of John F. Kennedy is on the half dollar.

6. This is a dollar coin.

This is worth one dollar.

A picture of Sacajawea is on the dollar coin.

Who was Sacajawea?


paper money: These are bills.

1. This is a one-dollar bill.

It’s worth one dollar.

It’s a buck. / It’s a one. /

It’s a single.

George Washington is on the one-dollar bill.

2. This is a five-dollar bill.

It’s worth five dollars.

It’s five bucks. / It’s a five.

Abraham Lincoln is on the five-dollar bill.

3. This is a ten-dollar bill.

It’s worth ten dollars.

It’s ten bucks. / It’s a ten.

Alexander Hamilton is on the ten-dollar bill.

4. This is a twenty-dollar bill.

It’s worth twenty dollars.

It’s twenty bucks. / It’s a twenty.

Andrew Jackson is on the twenty-dollar bill.

5. This is a fifty-dollar bill.

It’s worth fifty dollars

It’s fifty bucks. / It’s a fifty.

Ulysses Grant is on the fifty-dollar bill.

6. This is a hundred-dollar bill.

It’s worth one-hundred dollars.

It’s a hundred dollars. / It’s a hundred.

Benjamin Franklin is on the hundred-dollar bill.


Quiz for Money

Now that you learned your new lesson, it is time to go to the Money page and finish your quiz. While working on your quiz, you can always go back to its lesson to refresh your memory.

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