Around the World with Money by Tim Clifford

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1 2 3 4 5 6 11 1 Most airports have a currency exchange. 1 8 9 1 1 18 19 20 2 2 2 Because of this, you must exchange your currency before you travel. If you go to Europe, you will need euros. If you go to Mexico, you will need pesos. To get them, you go to a currency exchange. 2 There, you can change your money into whatever currency you need. 30 3 3 2 Glossary circulation (sur-kyuh-LAY-shun): the amount of bills and coins in use continent (KON-tuh-nuhnt): one of the several large land masses of the Earth, including Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Australia, and Antarctica counterfeit (KOUN-tur-fit): something that has been made to look like the real thing but is fake, such as counterfeit money culture (KUHL-chur): the way of life, ideas, customs, and traditions of a people currency (KUR-uhn-see): the form of money used in a country denominations (di-nom-uh-NAY-shuhnz): values or units in a system of measurement design (di-ZINE): an outline, sketch, or plan exchanges (eks-CHAYNJ-iz): places where people give one kind of currency and receive another type motto (MOT-oh): a short sentence that is meant to guide behavior or state what someone believes or stands for obverse (OB-vurss): the front of a coin or bill portraits (POR-trits): drawings, paintings, or photographs of a person reverse (ri-VURSS): the back of a coin or bill 1 2 3 4 11 1 1 18 19 2 2 3 31 3 26 Index currency: 4 currency symbol: 5 denomination(s): 5 dollar, Canadian: 16 dollar, United States: 6 3 4 5 6 euro: 10 European Union: 13 Eurozone: 13 exchange(s): 5 ISO 4217 code: 5 8 9 Further Reading 11 1 1 16 18 19 20 2 2 2 1 motto: 4 obverse: 12 peso: 18 reverse: 12 travel: 30 Giesecke, Ernestine.

Currency. Franklin Watts, 2005. htm About the Author 2 Tim Clifford is an educational writer and the author of many nonfiction children’s books. He has two wonderful daughters and two energetic Border Collies that he adopted from a shelter. Tim became a vegetarian because of his love for animals. He is also a computer nut and a sports fanatic. He lives and works in New York City as a public school teacher. 3 32 $ The study of money explains and explores economics, the history of American money, money from other countries, and credit.

1 2 3 4 5 6 11 1 Most airports have a currency exchange. 1 8 9 1 1 18 19 20 2 2 2 Because of this, you must exchange your currency before you travel. If you go to Europe, you will need euros. If you go to Mexico, you will need pesos. To get them, you go to a currency exchange. 2 There, you can change your money into whatever currency you need. 30 3 3 2 Glossary circulation (sur-kyuh-LAY-shun): the amount of bills and coins in use continent (KON-tuh-nuhnt): one of the several large land masses of the Earth, including Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Australia, and Antarctica counterfeit (KOUN-tur-fit): something that has been made to look like the real thing but is fake, such as counterfeit money culture (KUHL-chur): the way of life, ideas, customs, and traditions of a people currency (KUR-uhn-see): the form of money used in a country denominations (di-nom-uh-NAY-shuhnz): values or units in a system of measurement design (di-ZINE): an outline, sketch, or plan exchanges (eks-CHAYNJ-iz): places where people give one kind of currency and receive another type motto (MOT-oh): a short sentence that is meant to guide behavior or state what someone believes or stands for obverse (OB-vurss): the front of a coin or bill portraits (POR-trits): drawings, paintings, or photographs of a person reverse (ri-VURSS): the back of a coin or bill 1 2 3 4 11 1 1 18 19 2 2 3 31 3 26 Index currency: 4 currency symbol: 5 denomination(s): 5 dollar, Canadian: 16 dollar, United States: 6 3 4 5 6 euro: 10 European Union: 13 Eurozone: 13 exchange(s): 5 ISO 4217 code: 5 8 9 Further Reading 11 1 1 16 18 19 20 2 2 2 1 motto: 4 obverse: 12 peso: 18 reverse: 12 travel: 30 Giesecke, Ernestine.

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