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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #27522: Wage or salary
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    Wage or salary

    Wage or Salary


     Wage ==>  is an amount of money you receive each day or week. It is often paid in cash (=notes and coins).

     Salary ==> is the money you receive each month. A person's salary is often expressed as the total amount in a year.



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    1. The government plans to raise the minimum from £4.20 to £6 per hour.

    2. The basic is low, so she'll have to do overtime to make enough money.

    3. His goes directly into the bank on the last Friday of each month.

    4. She earns a good as a doctor, but not as much as a consultant gets.

    5. The owner of the restaurant only pays the waiters a weekly of £80.

    6. He was offered a six-figure to move to a rival company.

    7. He's on quite a good in his present job.

    8. The increases will come into effect in May.

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