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Study the word list: Business, finance

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bill Pay the bill and ask for a receipt.
budget Plan the budget to save money.
capital Paris is the capital city of France.
costs The best suite of rooms costs $500 a night.
debt Many people are in debt to their bank.
demand There is a great demand for tickets to the Olympics.
difference Subtract is to take away one number from another; other words include minus or find the difference. *
interest You will see a range of interesting artefacts in a museum. *
profit The amount of sales will determine the profits.
value What is the value of this old watch?
risk If you take in more calories than you burn off, you are at risk of becoming obese. *
share Make sure you get an equal share.
stock The sportswear department stocks ski gear.
supply Irrigation is a system of supplying water to dry fields using canals or ditches. *
gross Picking your nose is gross Kate. *

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