01. Our bank account allows us to make 40 instabank [transactions] per month without charge.
02. There are thousands of [transactions] which take place on the stock market every day.
03. Please make sure that all [transactions] are recorded on the computer, so we know exactly what we have sold, and for how much.
04. In most real estate [transactions], the realtors earn a fee from both the buyer and the seller of the property.
05. We receive a regular financial statement from our bank detailing all the [transactions] which have taken place in our account for each month.
06. The shop I visited in the little village didn't have a cash register so they had to record all their [transactions] in a little notepad.
07. Most share [transactions] in France take place at the Paris Stock Exchange, though smaller exchanges are found in a number of other cities.
08. There is presently some concern over the security of credit card [transactions] which take place over the Internet.
09. Computer banking now allows you to conduct all your banking [transactions], such as deposits, withdrawals, bill payment, etc. from your home.
10. Jane Austen once said that marriage is, of all [transactions], the one in which people expect most from others, and are least honest themselves.
11. The bank will notify you when the [transaction] has been completed.
12. They completed the entire [transaction] in cash to avoid paying any taxes on it.
13. The highest credit card [transaction] to have ever taken place was when an art lover bought a painting worth 2.5 million dollars using his American Express card.
14. As of the year 2000, the currency of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is almost totally worthless, so most [transactions] are conducted using American dollars.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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