February 2013 Archives

Harder to find

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When you say OR HEAR the term “harder to find”

then it means that you shouldn’t be the one searching for it !!


So say : someone says “scholarships are harder to find…” then it means that they are not offered out of the blue… you won’t find them out of the gray (meaning not easier to be found if you are searching / striving for one)… Also means that there are less chances for it to be offered from their end ( though without knowing about the scholar ) !!

Taking out a loan

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define: “taking out a loan”


Borrowing money from a bank, government or lending company is called taking out a loan. A loan must be paid back with an extra charge called interest. The federal government offers low-interest loans to students with financial need. Other lenders charge more interest.


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