I’ve been reading about what is going on in Greece so I thought that I would write about that this week. I feel for the Greek people that have been queuing up at cash points because of the limit on withdrawals. On Monday, Eurozone leaders came to a new bailout deal so that Greece will not have to leave the Euro. They will, however, have to stick with the tough austerity measures.
- To go on (phrasal verb)
- To feel for (phrasal verb)
To sympathise with
- To queue up (phrasal verb)
To wait in a line
- A cashpoint (noun)
The bank machines that gives you money when you enter your card.
- A withdrawal (noun)
The process of taking money out of the bank
- To come to (phrasal verb)
To reach a decision
- A bailout (noun)
The money that someone gives to a person, organisation or country to alleviate financial problems
- To stick with (noun)
To stay with something.
- Austerity (noun)
A policy that is introduced by a government to reduce spending by a large amount.
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