# Thread: If the price of the pen is \$10.

1. ## If the price of the pen is \$10.

1) If the price of the pen in that country is \$10 then after conversion the price of it would be the same as this country.
2) If the the price of the pen in that country is \$10 then after conversion it would cost as much as it would here.

Are the above sentences written correctly? Please help.
Thanks

2. ## Re: If the price of the pen is \$10.

They are correct except for the "the the" in #2.

3. ## Re: If the price of the pen is \$10.

Originally Posted by EnglishFix
They are correct except for the "the the" in #2.
How bout if I phrase like this, will it be correct?

1) If the price of the pen in that country is \$10 then after conversion the price of it would be the same as it would in this country.

4. ## Re: If the price of the pen is \$10.

Originally Posted by Jit833
How bout if I phrase like this, will it be correct?

1) If the price of the pen in that country is \$10 then after conversion the price of it would be the same as it would be in this country.
1) (original) "If the price of the pen in that country is \$10 then after conversion the price of it would be the same as in this country." (The price is not the same as a country).

I'd suggest not labelling more than one sentence 1) in a thread.
What does the sentence mean? That the conversation rate is 1:1?

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