What is money? The pound, the dollar or the euro are actually just (0)__________ a gram or a kilometre. The difference is that you can exchange money for something (1)__________ . A ten pound note may buy a book, a huge bag of sweets, or a (2)__________ of cinema tickets. But the note itself is only a printed (3)__________ of paper which costs almost nothing to make. Thousands of years (4)__________ ,people didn't have money as we know (5)__________ There were no banks (6)__________ even shops. In those days, Mr Green the farmer exchanged the corn he (7)__________ grown for Mr Hive's honey. This was an exchange arranged between two (8)__________ ,each of whom had something that the other wanted. But in time, most societies invented their own 'currencies' (9)__________ that people could exchange more. The different currencies began to join together, which is why (10)__________ everyone uses the same currency in their country.
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