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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Do you have any questions about the names of US currency?

Khanh
Wednesday at 11:58 AM
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Hi Hogan Zhang,


Thank you for your comments. No worries, keep practicing and you English will be improved in no time!


Have a great day!


Khanh.

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Hogan Zhang
Thursday at 11:46 AM
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Wow, I have learned how to recognize the "numbers" and the "money". The main point is if you say the "point" or not. Haha, great job, thanks a lot.

Hogan Zhang
Thursday at 11:33 AM
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Hi, It's very difficult for me to listen the numbers clearly when I was in the supermarket or convenience stores.

I have no sensitive to the numbers, I feel annoyed.

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Sunday at 09:34 PM
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Hi sanaz,


As said below, you can use "dough" as a slang term for "money."


โ€œDo you have any money?โ€ = โ€œDo you have any dough?โ€


Hope that helps!

Kellie

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sanaz
Sunday at 01:05 PM
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Hi

I have a question. I didn't get what the meaning of 'dough' is and when we use that.

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Sunday at 05:04 PM
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Hi Leo,


You can use "buck" in place of "dollar" and "dough" in place of "money".


For example

"I have 10 dollars." = "I have 10 bucks."

"Do you have any money?" = "Do you have any dough?"


Hope that helps!

Kellie

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Leo
Sunday at 10:21 PM
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Hi guys!


I'm really confuse to use Buck and Dough.


I would you like a some more examples!


Thanks!


Leo

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Monday at 12:02 PM
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Hi Arthur,


When talking about money, we wouldn't say "point". Just "four ninety-nine" or "four dollars and ninety-nine cents".


When we read numbers, we would say "point". So 4.99 in numbers is "four point ninety-nine".


I hope that helps!


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Kellie

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Arthur
Tuesday at 09:37 PM
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Hi, I'm new here

Would you add these words "Buck, Benjamin, Dough" to the vocabulary list? So that I can add them to flashcard.

4.99 USD......Can I read four point nine nine US dollars


And how to read "4.999+ 0.001 = 5"? The way to read numbers is different from currency?

Kyle
Thursday at 02:11 PM
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Coins come in 1 5 10 25 penny, nickel, dime, quarter

Bills come in 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100

28.50 - twenty-eight dollars and fifty cents

4.99 - four ninety-nine

28.50 - twenty-eight fifty

Buck, Benjamin, Dough


I am usually confused by the cents. four nine ninety-nine? what, ninety-nine? Take it easy, just ninety-nine cents. :smile: