Vocabulary II

Dear all, find a list with words that might help you to understand the text that you will have to read on our next evaluation:

Fairtrade: the principle of charging a price for goods that does not put producers in developing countries (=poorer countries with less industry) at a disadvantage.

Trade: to buy or sell goods or services.

Amankwatia: village in the Central Region of Ghana

Incomes: money that someone gets from working or from investing money

Afford: if you can afford something, you have enough money to be able to pay for it. This word usually follows ‘can’, ‘could’, or ‘be able to’

Profits: money that you make by selling something or from your business, especially the money that remains after you have paid all your business costs. Your total profit before you pay tax is called gross profit, and the amount that remains after you have paid tax on this is called net profit.

Cheate:  to behave dishonestly, or to not obey rules, for example in order to win a game or do well in an examination.

Welfare: financial support given to people in need.

Neglect: to ignore or disregard

Outlook: view or prospect

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