Damage and damages: Vocabulary in use (1)

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When a person or property is injured, we say that he, she or it has suffered damage. Damage should not be confused with damages, which is compensation in money for the damage suffered. This quiz trains you in the different uses of the two terms, and introduces a number of other terms used when discussing compensation and claims.

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