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    #1

    move to

    What does this sentence mean?


    I can't afford to run a car on my wage.

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    #2

    Re: move to

    I'm not a teacher!

    You seem to have mixed up your titles.
    "Run a car" for another thread about moving to another company and "move to" for a thread about a car.


    Never mind...

    "I can't afford to run a car on my wage." means that you don't earn enough money to drive a car.
    Meaning that, after you pay for food, rent etc., you don't have enough money left for gas, repairs and so on.
    Peter
    (I'm not a teacher or a native English speaker. I'm just trying to help...)

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