In this lesson, you will learn useful collocations to talk about saving money. Using collocations will help you improve your spoken English and you will sound more natural in conversations or speaking exams.
Apart from the collocation 'save money', what other interesting ways can you use to express the same meaning? Let's look at the examples below.
a tight budget (= enough money for what you want to buy, usually a small amount of money)
a limited budget
a budget for something
keep within a budget | stay within a budget (= spend only the money that is available)
NOTE: You can also say 'stay within my budget' or 'stay within the budget' depending on what you are talking about.
on a budget (= with only a small amount of money)
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