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How much does this book cost? Forty-five dollars.
How about that one? One hundred and eight dollars ninety-seven cents.
This book is too expensive. I won't buy it.
One brush pen costs thirty dollars.
Those two brush pen are very good and not expensive.
Which one do you want?
I want them both.
: SP : that
: SP : this
: M : a measure-word for books
: QW : how much
: SV : many; much
: SV : little
: N : money
: N : 1) dollar; 2) piece; 3) lump
: M : dime
: M : cent
:N : brush-pen
: N : pen
:IE : be good-looking
: SV : expensive
: QW : which, what
: M : a measure-word for pen
: A : all, both
: PN : he
: PN : they
: 1) M : a cup of (a measure for cup) ; 2) N : a cup
: NU : zero
: NU : hundred
: NU : thousand
: NU : ten-thousand
: NU : one hundred million
a) Employed separately , we generally use " ". For example : ; ; ...., but we never say ( is the correct way for "twenty" ).
b) At the beginning of a series of digits, we can use " " or " ". For example : 257 : or
c) In the middle and at the end of a series of digits, we always use " ". For examples : 22,222 : (the employed in the beginning may be replaced by )
|?||How many books do you buy?|
|.||I (will) buy one book.|
|?||How many cups of tea do you drink?|
|.||I (will) drink two cups of tea.|
|?||How many newspapers do you read?|
|.||I read three newspapers.|
|?||How many pens do (or did) you sell?|
|.||I sold (or sell) four pens.|
|?||Which ones do you like?|
|.||I like this one and that one.|
|?||Which one do (will) you drink?|
|.||I (will) drink both of them.|
|?||Which book are you reading?|
|?||How much does it cost for each one?|
|?||How much does it cost for one pen?|
|?||How much does this newspaper cost?|
|?||How much does that book cost?|
|.||Five dollars and sixty-seven cents each one.|
|.||Eight dollars and seven cents each one.|
|.||You like to drink tea.|
|.||We all like to drink good tea.|
|.||These three books are all (very) expensive.|
|, .||Books and newspapers are both good to read.|