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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #7921: Money
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    English exercise "Money" created by woodyrun with The test builder
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    1. An idiomatic expression for - to have no money - is to be .
    2. Another expression for - to be in the red - is to be .
    3. I got a really good at the sale. A pullover for only 5€.
    4. Another adjective for - rich - is .
    5. You can borrow money from the bank. In other words, a bank people money.
    6. I can't to buy a new car. They're too expensive.
    7. I the bank 3000€.
    8. We spend a lot of money food.
    9. She's quite rich now, she lots of money in her new job.
    10. I'd like a new coat, but they too much.

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