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Thread: Rupees (change)

    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    Rupees (change)

    In the morning, I went to a shop to buy milk and I had 1,000 rupees note.

    How should I ask to shopkeeper if he has change or not?

    I tend to ask like this. (Is there any small change for 1,000 rupees note?)

    Is this right? or tell the correct one.

  1. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: Rupees (change)

    I would say, "Do you have change for this/for a 1,000 rupee note?"

    Would there be an -s on rupee if it functions as an adjective?

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