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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #31381: At the bank
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    At the bank

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    1. She's spending too much money. She's already got an enormous .
    2. He needs some cash. Is there a near here?
    3. She hasn't got any with her. She'll need to go to the bank.
    4. Steve's got quite a few . He's borrowed money from the bank and several of his friends.
    5. If you want to buy a new car, why not get a from the bank?
    6. His salary is paid straight into his at the end of every month.
    7. Interest rates are very low. Why don't you the money from the bank?
    8. He's going to the bank to pay in this .
    9. She'll have to stop spending so much money. She's already by over £ 300.
    10. If you are prepared to take more risk, you'll get higher on your investment.

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