Real English Conversation: A Question of Money

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One of the best ways to improve communication skills is to become familiar with the language by reading, building vocabulary, and discussing what you study in daily conversations. Helena Daily English blog provides the Daily English knowledge that you can study and then try to apply in everyday situations

Brian: Where would you like to go for dinner tonight?

Joan:  Well, there’s a new French restaurant downtown, or we can go to the seafood place on Lincoln Avenue. What do you think?                         ‘

Brian:  It’s up to you. Whatever you say is fine with me.

Joan:  You should choose the restaurant if you’re going to foot the bill.

Brian:  Actually, I thought we could go Dutch this evening. I don’t have much money.

Joan:  Oh. On second thought, let’s go to Hamburger Heaven. I haven’t been there for a long time.

Brian: That’s a great idea. That way we won’t have to dress up.



  • Be up to sb: to be the responsibility of someone
  • Go Dutch: to agree to share the cost of something, especially a meal
  • Foot the bill: to pay for something, esp. something expensive
  • On second thought: used when you want to change a decision you have made

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