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part- time job
a) An office run by the state to help people find jobs
b) A job that is usually less than eight hours a day and sometimes less than five days a week
c) Usually a job that lasts eight hours a day, five days a week or a total of 40 hours a week
d) A plan offered by either a company or a school that lets a person work half a day and study half a day.

state employment office
a) Usually a job that lasts eight hours a day, five days a week or a total of 40 hours a week
b) A plan offered by either a company or a school that lets a person work half a day and study half a day.
c) The amount of money a person earns
d) An office run by the state to help people find jobs

full-time job
a) A plan offered by either a company or a school that lets a person work half a day and study half a day.
b) The amount of money a person earns
c) Usually a job that lasts eight hours a day, five days a week or a total of 40 hours a week
d) A number that is just a guess. An estimate helps you make plans. For example, before you go on a trip, you make an estima

work study program
a) A plan offered by either a company or a school that lets a person work half a day and study half a day.
b) The amount of money a person earns
c) A number that is just a guess. An estimate helps you make plans. For example, before you go on a trip, you make an estima
d) A very small apartment. Sometimes a studio is just one room plus a tiny kitchen and a bathroom. A studio is sometimes called

income
a) A number that is just a guess. An estimate helps you make plans. For example, before you go on a trip, you make an estima
b) The amount of money a person earns
c) A very small apartment. Sometimes a studio is just one room plus a tiny kitchen and a bathroom. A studio is sometimes called
d) An apartment that is like a house, but close to other apartments. Often a townhouse is a two – story apartment.

estimate
a) A very small apartment. Sometimes a studio is just one room plus a tiny kitchen and a bathroom. A studio is sometimes called
b) An apartment that is like a house, but close to other apartments. Often a townhouse is a two – story apartment.
c) An apartment that is rented without furniture
d) A number that is just a guess. An estimate helps you make plans. For example, before you go on a trip, you make an estima

studio
a) An apartment that is like a house, but close to other apartments. Often a townhouse is a two – story apartment.
b) An apartment that is rented without furniture
c) A very small apartment. Sometimes a studio is just one room plus a tiny kitchen and a bathroom. A studio is sometimes called
d) An apartment that is rented with furniture already in it

townhouse
a) An apartment that is rented without furniture
b) An apartment that is rented with furniture already in it
c) To be able to pay the cost
d) An apartment that is like a house, but close to other apartments. Often a townhouse is a two – story apartment.

unfurnished apartment
a) An apartment that is rented without furniture
b) An apartment that is rented with furniture already in it
c) To be able to pay the cost
d) The middle point

furnished apartment
a) To be able to pay the cost
b) An apartment that is rented with furniture already in it
c) The middle point
d) A plan offered by either a company or a school that lets a person work half a day and study half a day.

afford
a) The middle point
b) To be able to pay the cost
c) An office run by the state to help people find jobs
d) Usually a job that lasts eight hours a day, five days a week or a total of 40 hours a week

average
a) The middle point
b) A number that is just a guess. An estimate helps you make plans. For example, before you go on a trip, you make an estima
c) A very small apartment. Sometimes a studio is just one room plus a tiny kitchen and a bathroom. A studio is sometimes called
d) An apartment that is rented without furniture

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