Money Language Quiz for English Learners

Do you know the right expression for these money related situations?

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1. It's an excellent university, but the _____ are rather high.

2. I made my _____ buying and selling stocks.

3. I bought this coat on sale. It was _____ to $50.

4. There's a small studio to _____ in James Street.

5. I haven't got enough money for lunch. Could you _____ me some?

6. How much does she _____ in her position?

7. That house is too expensive. We can't _____ it.

8. He's an excellent doctor, but he doesn't _____ too much.

9. It was a very good dinner. Can we have the _____ please?

10. Mary never carries cash with her and pays for everything by _____.

11. The old couple had only a small ___ to live on.

12. Fred didn't like the waitperson so he didn't leave a _____.

13. They wouldn't have been able to buy their camper without a bank ____.

14. The store won't exchange any merchandise without the original _____.

15. The dime is such a small _____ that everyone dislikes it.

16. The apartment is not in very good condition, so the _____ is low.

17. The computer has a twelve month _____.

18. He keeps all his money and valuables in a _____ behind this painting.

19. My friend Tom made his considerable _____ selling cars.

20. I've just bought a new _____ policy.

Money Language Quiz for English Learners

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You have a good overall understanding of some of the most common financial expressions in English. You can deepen your knowledge with banking and financial terminology, as well as learning more money related expressions

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You understand a lot of vocabulary related to money, but still have some more expressions to learn. That's OK. Make sure to learn these common money expressions as well as learn more detailed vocabulary depending on your profession. 

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You'll need to learn some of the most common money expressions before you do much business in English. So, learn these common money expressions and try some of these techniques on learning vocabulary