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Pocket Money

Pocket Money - a small amount of money is used for anything someone wants

  • My son gets pocket money every week.
  • I give my wife my paycheck, and she gives me some pocket money.
  • My mother lost her job, so now we do not get pocket money.
  • My father gave me some pocket money for the school trip.
  • Do you need some pocket money?
  • How much pocket money do you give your children?

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