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—I’d like some of that popcorn.
—Do you want these or those?
—This apartment is nicer than that one. PAYING FOR THINGS
When paying for things in the U.S., you will be quoted a price in dollars ($) and cents (¢). Sometimes the
words dollar and cents are used, but more often you will hear:
—How much is it?
— $29.95 (Twenty-nine ninety-five)
OR: (Twenty-nine dollars and ninety-five cents)
—What does it cost?
(One hundred dollars)
*NOTE: Usually, when the price is an even amount — dollars and no cents — the word dollars is kept. 27
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Verbs related to the senses (to taste, feel, and smell) are treated somewhat differently in terms of modifiers.
Instead of an adverb, use the equivalent adjective to describe how something tastes, feels, or smells:
—These flowers smell good. (not well)
—I feel ba...
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