The gap-fill exercise below should test whether you can describe numbers accurately. I'll put the correct answers in the 'comments' area tomorrow.
UK Household Expenditure in 2009
Household ______ ______ highest in the transport category, ______ £63 a week. This included £21.10 per week ______ purchase of vehicles, £31.80 on the operation of personal transport (such as petrol, diesel, repairs and servicing) and £10.50 on transport services such as rail, tube and bus fares.
Food and non-alcoholic drink purchases ______ £51 to weekly household expenditure - £13.10 of which ______ ______ on meat and fish, £3.70 on fresh vegetables, and £3.00 on fresh fruit. Non-alcoholic drinks ______ ______ £4.00 ______ weekly expenditure, and £2.10 per week was spent on chocolate and confectionery.
Fill the gaps with the following words:
spent, spending, for, on, at, of, accounted, contributed, was (x2)