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  1. angliholic's Avatar
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    #1

    paper money comes in $100

    In Taiwan, paper money comes in $100, $200, $500, and 1,000 bills.
    In Taiwan, paper money is available in $100, ...


    Are the above two versions all right and identical in meaning? Thanks.

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    Re: paper money comes in $100

    They both mean the same, but "is available" is the more formal choice.

  3. angliholic's Avatar
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    Re: paper money comes in $100

    Thanks, rewboss.
    Got it.

    By the way, your alias captures my attention. What does it refer to? Why can't I find it in a dictionary?

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    Re: paper money comes in $100

    Quote Originally Posted by angliholic View Post
    Why can't I find it in a dictionary?
    Because it refers to my real name.

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