Money, money, money is so funny in a rich man’s world. Vanity Fair. I’m not a rich man, so I can’t afford half of the things in here. Speaking of which, we’re talking about money, and in this lesson what I want to do is teach you a bunch of phrasal verbs that we use
– [Instructor] Let’s say, for some reason, you had lent the government $1,000, and so the government has given you a formally issued piece of paper that says, “Hey, we, the government, owe you $1,000.” This is issued by the Treasury. This could be a Treasury bond. It could be a T-Bill of some kind.
Hello, I hope everybody’s semester is starting out well. This is the first official lecture of Accounting 01. Now, everybody should have had a previous session where we talked about class policies. For you face to facers we did that last time we didn’t film that, and for you people at home I did a
Hi there. My name is Emma, and in today’s lesson I’m going to teach you 10 different expressions with the word “load”. Some of these expressions are going to be slang expressions, some of them are going to be verbs, nouns, adjectives; and they all have very, very different meanings. So with the word “load”,
Hi, there. My name is Emma, and in today’s video, I am going to teach you about silent sounds. So I’m going to teach you about “b”, “d”, and “l” in words where we don’t pronounce them. So, this is a pronunciation video, as well as a spelling video. Okay? So, if you have trouble
so we've got a lot to cover in this tutorial hopefully hopefully hopefully we can finish within 10 minutes but I'm not making any promises feel free to fast for at any given moment if you happen to get bored so last time we found the present value of our note by finding the present
hey everybody this is Seth Williams from Ari tipster blog and I've got here a good buddy of mine I've never actually talked to him until now but I've known him for a while through the blog into the arty tipster club his name is Billy Rogers and he's been commenting on the blog and