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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126586: Vocabulary - money and economy
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    1. If we the price of petrol, two or three hours of car park, it's better to go down town by bus.

    2. Our turnover is as expected !

    3. Since the pandemic, I always pay by to avoid the contact with small change.

    4. I'm on money these days !

    5. I'm not surprised, you are a ! You should be more reasonable in view of the crisis.

    6. You your money on frivolities instead of saving money.

    7. This is the second one over a period of six months.

    8. My account is . Can you tide me over until tomorrow, please ?

    9. Two years ago, I took out a to buy a house.

    10. I found a at 1.2 % fixed rate.










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