- TAKE OUT – WITHDRAW MONEY
- DO WITHOUT – LIVE WITHOUT
- DEPEND ON – BE DEPENDENT ON
- PUT BY – SAVE A LITTLE BIT
- BANK ON – DEPEND ON
- SAVE UP – KEEP A LOT OF MONEY FOR A PURPOSE
- GET BY – LIVE WITH LITTLE MONEY
- GIVE AWAY – GIVE AS A GIFT
- SELL OUT – SELL ALL OF SOMETHING
- RUN OUT OF – NOT HAVE ANY LEFT
- PAY OFF – PAY ALL OF SOMETHING
- BUY (SB) OUT – PAY TO HAVE CONTROL OF A BUSINESS
- COME ACROSS – FIND SOMETHING BY CHANCE
- CASH IN ON (SOMETHING) – SELL SOMETHING FOR PROFIT
- PAY UP – GIVE SOMEBODY THE MONEY YOU OWE THEM
- SAVE (MONEY) ON (SOMETHING) – AVOID SPENDING MONEY ON SOMETHING
FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE CORRECT PREPOSITION:
EXAMPLE: I take money out of the bank about twice a week
- It is a good plan to put _____ a little of your salary per month.
- Everyone ought to pay _____ when they owe their friends or family members cash.
- It is never a good idea to run _____ of money before the end of the month.
- I would cash _____ on any possession that was worth a lot.
- I find it hard to get _____ on my salary.
- It is normal for the shops to sell _____ of popular toys at Christmas.
- Nowadays huge companies tend to buy _____ smaller ones fairly quickly.
- If I came _____ some money on the floor, I would keep it.
- I usually give _____ the money that I don´t need.
- Many young people depend _____ their parents to help they make ends meet.
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