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    Is "twenty two dollars and a half" correct?
    It is the price of somethig.
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    Re: price

    I would say 22 (pause) 50.

    (Actually I would probably only say: "Twenty bucks")
    Last edited by Noego; 08-May-2007 at 05:18.

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    Re: price

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    Is "twenty two dollars and a half" correct?
    It is the price of somethig.
    Thanks
    You would either say "22 dollars and 50 cents," or if you were talking to a native speaker, a simple "twenty-two fifty" would suffice.

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