English Slang Lesson: To Be ‘Skint’ or ‘Broke’

To be ‘skint’ or ‘broke’ = To have no money

To Be Skint English Lesson
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Examples of ‘skint’ and ‘broke’ in sentences:

I’m sorry Maria, I can’t come to the cinema with you today because I am completely skint.

My motorbike exploded on my way to English class at Wellington House. I can’t fix it because I am totally skint. 

I’m broke at the moment but when I get paid next week I am going to celebrate by going to Barceloneta for a paella with my guiri friends. 

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