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    1000 dollar(s) ???

    "It costs 1000 dollar./ It costs 1000 dollars." Both sentences are okay ?

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    Re: 1000 dollar(s) ???

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    "It costs 1000 dollar./ It costs 1000 dollars." Both sentences are okay ?
    No, "It costs one dollar" or "It costs 1000 dollars"
    Last edited by bhaisahab; 23-Nov-2009 at 17:03.

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