124. Where’s My Money?

Gap-fill exercise



Jack was angry. Joe owed him money. Joe him $100. Joe had borrowed $100 a month . He had borrowed the money 30 days ago. said he would pay Jack back the next . He said that he would pay Jack back seven days. But he didn’t pay Jack back seven days. He didn’t pay Jack back in days, or 21 days, or 28 days. After days, Jack was very angry. He called up . “You owe me $100. You borrowed $100 from 30 days ago. Where is my money? I my money now,” Jack said. Joe said, “Oh, ’m so sorry. You’re right. I borrowed $100 from . I owe you $100. Can I pay you next week?”