Thursday, June 7

English Expressions: Cashing In

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To cash in means to take advantage of a situation or set of circumstances and make a lot of money out of it - sometimes at the expense of others.

Financial experts have suggested that some manufacturers in Britain are cashing in on the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Find out more here and practise your listening with this multiple choice quiz about 'Diamond Jubilee' effect:

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