Spelling And Vocabulary Unit 34 / Money

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Spelling And Vocabulary Unit 34 / Money - Quiz

Do the exercises of the book and check them by answering this quiz. You can answer the book before or while answering this quiz. You need to read the instructions carefully.


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    Exercise 3. Complete the sentences. Write the word that you used to complete each sentence. Play attention because the complete sentence is not written here. Example: 1. ... I don´t have much cash __on__ me. 2. ... It was a complete ________ of money.

    Explanation
    The word "waste" is the correct answer because it completes the sentence "It was a complete waste of money." The word "waste" indicates that whatever was being referred to in the sentence was not a good use of money and was not worth the expense.

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    3. She didn't sell any paintings so she earned a  ________ by teaching art.

    Explanation
    The given statement implies that the person did not make any money by selling paintings. Therefore, the only way they could have earned a living is by teaching art.

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    4. They serve good food and lots of it -it's really good  ________.

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    5. ... I'm a little  ________ of cash.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "short". In this context, the phrase "I'm a little short of cash" means that the person doesn't have enough money or is running low on funds.

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    Exercise 4. Use the correct prepositions: from, for, or to. Example: 1. Brendan has just spent $90 __on__ a shirt! 2. I'm saving up  ________a new laptop.

    Explanation
    The correct preposition to use in this sentence is "for". The phrase "saving up for" is commonly used to indicate that someone is setting aside money or resources in order to eventually acquire or purchase something specific, in this case, a new laptop.

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    3. They charged us $20  ________ three cups of coffee!

    Explanation
    The word "for" is the correct answer because it indicates the reason or purpose for which the $20 was charged. In this case, the $20 was charged for three cups of coffee.

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    4. I had to borrow some money  ________ my dad to pay for it.

    Explanation
    The word "from" is the correct answer because it correctly completes the sentence by indicating that the speaker borrowed money from their dad in order to pay for something.

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    5. Banks lend money  ________ people so they can start their own businesses.

    Explanation
    Banks lend money to people so they can start their own businesses. This is because banks play a crucial role in providing financial support to individuals who have entrepreneurial aspirations. By granting loans, banks enable individuals to access the necessary capital to initiate their business ventures. This financial assistance allows aspiring entrepreneurs to overcome the initial financial barriers and kickstart their businesses.

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    6. I still owe Ruth $30  ________ the tickets.

    Explanation
    The word "for" is the correct answer because it indicates the purpose or reason for owing Ruth $30. In this sentence, the $30 is owed in exchange for the tickets.

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    Exercise 5. Write the words you used to complete each question of the magazine, Example: 1. Do you spend all you money, or do you  save some of it?  2. How important is it for you to ________ a lot of money from your job?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "earn" because the question is asking how important it is to make a lot of money from your job. "Earn" means to receive money in exchange for work or services, so it is the most appropriate word to complete the question.

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    3. If you find that you are ________ do you spend less money or borrow money?

    Explanation
    If you find that you are short of cash, it means that you do not have enough money to cover your expenses or financial needs. In this situation, you would typically spend less money in order to manage your limited funds and make ends meet. Borrowing money would not be a viable option as it would only increase your financial burden in the long run.

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    4. Are you happy to  ________ money to friends?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "lend" because the question is asking if the person is willing to give money to their friends. "Lend" means to give something to someone temporarily with the expectation that it will be returned. Therefore, if someone is happy to lend money to their friends, it means they are willing to give them money with the expectation that it will be paid back.

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    5. Do you eat in expensive restaurants, or go to places that are  ________?

    Explanation
    The question is asking whether the person eats in expensive restaurants or goes to places that are [Blank]. The correct answer, "good value," suggests that the person prefers to go to places that offer good quality food and service at a reasonable price. This implies that they prioritize getting their money's worth rather than spending a lot of money on expensive restaurants.

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    6. If someone lends you money, do you always pay it  ________ ?

    Explanation
    When someone lends you money, it is expected that you will pay it back. This implies that returning the borrowed money is a common practice and considered a moral obligation.

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