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Europe JonathanEcUnPD 
HELLO guys please help me, ppl who are good in english help me for this question ty imgur.com/a/rTcRfqf
2021-01-14 14:33
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are u scared to using french flag
2021-01-14 14:34
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not really
2021-01-14 14:35
#4
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Germany jermen))
he don't is french
2021-01-14 14:36
help plz
2021-01-14 14:36
Why don't you use French flag?
2021-01-14 14:37
First is "paid"
2021-01-14 14:38
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you sure it's not vactions ?
2021-01-14 14:39
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paid seems better also 3rd could be "deposits" but im not sure about this at all, better wait for some english speaker 4th no idea
2021-01-14 14:40
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yeah you right it's paid my bad ty for your help guys
2021-01-14 14:41
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#8 guy is right tho, my bad
2021-01-14 14:41
Vacation leave doesn't make sense, it's paid leave (paid vacations)
2021-01-14 14:41
3rd one is ATM i think
2021-01-14 14:39
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yeah its atm i find the answer ty my friend, btw do you know what Brick-and-mortar banks are nickel and diming everywhere. means ?
2021-01-14 14:41
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nope sry
2021-01-14 14:42
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Turkey 69kagan
it means charging fees unfairly. (for small things such as atm withdrawls)
2021-01-14 15:00
Second one is "place"
2021-01-14 14:43
1. Days 3. branches or maybe ATM 4. I have absolutely no idea what they want from you there
2021-01-14 14:44
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hahahah me too bro that why i asked hltv army xD, btw i dunno if you are british but do you know what Brick-and-mortar banks are nickel and diming everywhere. means ?
2021-01-14 14:49
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nope that sentence makes no sense either, when the term "brick and mortar" its usually someplace physical like a building in this case. when they say bank that means that the bank is an actual building. Maybe by saying "nickel and diming everywhere" they mean that there is not a lot of money being passed round inside the bank as when in English we have a phrase where we say "nickel and dime" and that means that there is not a lot of money.
2021-01-14 15:01
It means that banks that have physical buildings (brick and mortar) are charging for lots and lots of small things to make money.
2021-01-14 15:23
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China SwooksarV2
1. paid 2. complete/make 3. ATM 4. please call me later idk, seems kind of accurate?
2021-01-14 14:56
My guesses 1. paid sick 2. place 3. ATMs No idea about 4
2021-01-14 14:59
mb #4 is an area code? i dont know what else can it be #3 is ATMs, not branches imo, u can do a lot more at branches, but ATM only gives you money and your balance
2021-01-14 15:09
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Poland Kresowy
1. Paid 2. Place 3. ATM 4. Prefix
2021-01-14 15:11
+1
2021-01-14 15:12
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Hong Kong shmilx
1. 'Paid' as in paid leave, meaning time off where you are still paid by your employer, or more likely because of the context given in the brackets, 'sick' as in sick leave where your employer gives consideration to the fact you might get sick while they employ you. 2. 'Place', you place an order 3. 'ATMs' or in the UK they use the term 'Cashpoints', although I've never heard them referred to as cashpoints 4. fucking no idea, maybe spell out the numbers in english? like five, one etc. or maybe 'area code'
2021-01-14 15:22
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United States drac0z
as an english speaker you have the shittiest english homework out there
2021-01-14 15:19
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