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    How much cash

    1) How much cash do you have.
    How much is the cash in hand.

    2) I am not after money.
    I am not hungry for money.

    3) All the money has been spent.
    I spent all the money.

    Are all the sentences in each pair correct and do they convey the same meaning.

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    Re: How much cash

    Quote Originally Posted by suniljain View Post
    Are all the both sentences in each pair correct?
    Yes.
    Quote Originally Posted by suniljain View Post
    Do they convey the same meaning?
    Not necessarily.

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    #3

    Re: How much cash

    The first pair are questions and should end with a question mark.

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    Re: How much cash

    1b) looks a bit strange to me. How much cash do we have in hand? or something similar would work better.

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