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    Tan Elaine is offline Key Member
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    Default cheque for / of / $500 cheque

    1. He gave me a cheque for / of $500.
    2. He gave me a $500 cheque.

    a) For #1, can either word be used?
    b) Is the second sentence fine?

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    Default Re: cheque for / of / $500 cheque

    1. He gave me a cheque for / of $500.
    2. He gave me a $500 cheque.

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