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You use money to buy something.

Or to pay something.

On the picture you see Euro bills

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Detailed explanation

There are many kinds of money.

Countries have their own money.

Such as the pound.

In the United Kingdom.

That's the currency of a country.

There is coin money.

These are coins.

And there is paper money.

These are bills.

There is also electronic money.

If you buy something with a Credit card.

Or if you buy something with Bit·coin.

The state take care of the money.

Mostly the state passes this task.

Passes it to a Central bank.

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