Increase your listening ability! - Polymer (plastic) money in Canada *news story*



Listen to the audio and fill in the missing words from the news story. 
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New cash is coming. Are you ready?


The Bank of Canada (BoC) _______its new polymer $5 and $10 bank notes on April 30, 2013. They will soon be in _______ says the bank. During November 2013 to be precise.  _________, the Bank has recently posed the question to businesses, “Is my cash-handling equipment polymer-ready?”
The BoC says that the new lower ___________ will be used, “Extensively in vending, self-serve retail checkouts, as well as parking and transit machines.” The Bank will be adopting the same gradual _______ as it did for the $20 polymer notes. However, BoC is ______  acceptors not to delay any upgrades that may be required to accept and _______ the new notes when they are circulated. The Bank says that, “If you have machines with note acceptors, contact your supplier to find out if there are any ________ necessary.”

The BoC says that by _________ the final two denominations of polymer notes at the same time that it is helping the cash-handling industry to plan machine upgrades and the Bank says that it has provided ________ as to the type of equipment adjustments that may be required. “Several months in advance of the notes _______ circulation, the Bank offered manufacturers and suppliers advance bank notes to test on their _________,” said the BoC in a statement. The Bank also says that there are test notes ________ to equipment manufacturers and in the introductory stage of the new notes both paper and polymer $5 and $10 notes will ________ together.




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