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    Re: Back door

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    this is a highly specific use and not an everyday one.
    The French should be grateful that the ones who prepared the test didn't ask any question about their aunts' maiden names or their favorite movies.

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    #12

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    [QUOTE=euncu;563749]More;

    Source:Back Door Financing Definition - What is Back Door Financing?

    Hello Euncu,

    Thanks for you answer. I understand now what does it mean. It's another way to find money.

    Cordially,

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    #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by The French View Post


    Thanks for you answer.

    You're welcome.

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    #14

    Re: Back door

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Euncu's post rather indicates the the dangers of regarding these tests as giving correct information since this is a highly specific use and not an everyday one. It does not seem that "US Treasury" is a reasonable definition of "back door".
    Hello,

    I agree with you teacher, these tests sometimes can show us a bad explanation for the use of one word.

    But I believe the persons who make them maybe try to stuck us. I am not angry against them. They show me how are this test .

    Euncu 'maiden aunt' is not very hard to understand. I'm joking with you.

    Best Regards,

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