Directions: Review and translate the following terms we covered the past few weeks.

Business Terms
account – n. a record of financial dealings. For example, a bank account is a record of how much money a person or company has in a bank
bond – n. an agreement to pay interest on a loan, generally for a period of years, until the loan is repaid. A bond can be bought or sold.
capital – n. money or property used to create more wealth contract – n. a legal agreement between people or groups to do, provide or trade something
corporation – n. a business that is organized as a legal company separate from its owners and workers
dividend – n. part of a company’s earnings that is given to shareholders. Not all stocks pay dividends.
index – n. a way of measuring the value of a group of securities. For example, a stock index measures the value of a group of stocks.

security – n. evidence of ownership that has financial value such as a stock or bond. Security can also mean a financial contract that has value.
stock – n. a share in ownership of a company. The stock of public companies is traded on
stock exchanges.

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3 thoughts on “2.52.1: Year 2 American English Lessons with Maestro Sersea”
  1. Hello!
    This is Albertine
    Thank you for reminding us about the terms we covered the past few weeks. It helped us to review our lessons
    Thank you

  2. To get a home, I mea buying it, first of all you need a capital. Because some people don’t have enough money they should get a loan from the bank. Usually banks need some information and security wether you can pay the money back with interest. Monthly earnings, and the
    amount of down payments is essential for the bank’s decisions .
    Hope I used correctly the word and someone is understanding me.

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