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    The car costs a hundred thousand or one hundred thousand or both

    The car costs a hundred thousand or one hundred thousand or both are right.

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    Re: The car costs a hundred thousand or one hundred thousand or both

    Quote Originally Posted by love-you-mom View Post
    The car costs "a hundred thousand" or "one hundred thousand" or are both are right?
    They are both OK but, unless the person you are speaking to knows what currency you are talking about, you will need to specify "dollars/pounds/yen/schillings/Euros" etc.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: The car costs a hundred thousand or one hundred thousand or both



    emsr2d2,


    Thank you so much.

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