Multiple Choice Cloze

Read the text below and decide which answer best fits each space. There is an example at the beginning (0). Press "Check" to check your answers.

In practically any country in the (0) world, you are sure to find a market somewhere. Markets have been with us since (1) times, when people became self-sufficient and needed to exchange the goods they produced. For example, a farmer might have exchanged a cow (2) tools and so on. But just as times have (3) , so have market practices. So, whereas in early times the main activity (4) with markets would have been ‘bartering’, meaning the exchange of goods as described above, today most stall-holders wouldn’t be too keen on accepting potatoes as payment, for instance, (5) of cash.
      In contrast, what might be a common sight in a modern market is a certain amount of ‘haggling’, where customer and seller eventually agree (6) a price, after what can sometimes be quite a heated debate. This has become so popular in certain places that many people think that this is what makes the (7) atmosphere of a market. But (8) as no two people are the same, no two markets are the same either, and so behaviour which is expected in one market in one country may not be (9) in another. Even within one country, there are those markets where you could bargain quite easily and those where you would be (10) not to try!