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    #1

    help

    hi, here're are some grammar questions:

    1. I'll give you 5 thousands dollors to buy this bicycle.
    2. I'll give you 5 thousands dollor to buy this bicycle.
    3. I'll give you 5 thousand dollors to buy this bicycle.
    4. I'll give you 5 thousand dollor to buy this bicycle.

    which of the above is(are) correct? Or is there any other suggestion?

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    Re: help

    I'd use:
    I'll give you five thousand dollars for this bicycle.
    I'll buy this bicycle for five thousand dollars.
    NB *dolllars*

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