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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #88157: Price or Prize
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Price or Prize

    PRICE = if you buy something you pay for it ( cost, amount needed to buy something, reward, recompense... ).

                 What is the price of this house?

    PRIZE = if you win a competition, lottery etc., you are given an award.

                He won first prize in the international competition.

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    1. Henry won first in the maths competition.
    2. Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace in 2009.
    3. I helped him to negotiate a good on his new car.
    4. Could you tell me the of this laptop?
    5. - Have you ever won first in a competition? - Of course, many times.
    6. What are they willing to accept for their plane? What do you think?
    7. What are the chances of winning the main in the lottery? -Not very good, I'm afraid.
    8. Let's buy it. In my opinion, this is a very good for it.
    9. I like it. I would hope that it's a good product considering the .
    10. Marilyn Monroe paid a heavy for being a star.
    11. The drawing for the will take place next Monday at seven o'clock.
    12. Harry Browne said: " Everything you want in life has a connected to it ".

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