The Euro: Classroom Exercises – Exchange Students Going to Europe
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Young scholars explore ever-changing exchange rates. In this euro/dollar exchange rate lesson, students plan a trip to Europe and calculate their costs in euros and dollars.
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Exchange Students Going to Europe
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