# How Do You Say These Prices In English?

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### How do you say this price:   \$3.49/g?

• A.

Three dollars forty nine per gram

• B.

Three forty nine per gram

• C.

Three dollars forty nine each gram

B. Three forty nine per gram
Explanation
The correct answer is "three forty nine per gram". This is the most accurate and concise way to express the price of \$3.49 per gram. It eliminates any confusion or unnecessary information by stating the price directly as "three forty nine" without mentioning the currency. Additionally, it specifies that the price is per gram, providing clear context for the unit of measurement.

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• 2.

### How do you say this price:   \$7.25?

• A.

Seven and twenty five cents

• B.

Seven twenty five

• C.

Seven dollars and twenty five

B. Seven twenty five
Explanation
The correct answer is "seven twenty five" because it accurately represents the price of \$7.25. It is a common way of saying prices in dollars and cents, where the number before the decimal point represents dollars and the number after the decimal point represents cents.

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• 3.

### How do you say this price:   89¢?

• A.

Eighty nine cents

• B.

Eighty nine dollars

• C.

Point eighty nine dollars

A. Eighty nine cents
Explanation
The correct answer is "eighty nine cents" because the given price is 89 cents, which is less than a dollar. Therefore, it is appropriate to say "eighty nine cents" to accurately represent the price.

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### How do you say this price: \$12.49/kg?

• A.

Twelve forty nine

• B.

Twelve forty nine per kilogram

• C.

Twelve forty nine per gram

B. Twelve forty nine per kilogram
Explanation
The correct answer is "twelve forty nine per kilogram" because the given price is stated as "\$12.49/kg," which means the price is \$12.49 for every kilogram of the product.

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### How do you say this price  \$3.10/l?

• A.

Three and ten per litre

• B.

Three dollars and ten per litre

• C.

Three ten per litre

• D.

Three and ten cents per litre

C. Three ten per litre
Explanation
The correct answer is "three ten per litre" because it accurately represents the price of \$3.10 per litre. It eliminates the use of "dollars" and "cents" and instead combines the numerical values "three" and "ten" to indicate the price.

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### How do you say this price  \$5.50?

• A.

Five fifty

• B.

Five dollars and fifty cents

• C.

Five oh five

• D.

Both a and b

D. Both a and b
Explanation
Both options "a" and "b" are correct because they both accurately represent the price of \$5.50. Option "a" states "five fifty," which is a common way to say the price as a whole number followed by the decimal number. Option "b" states "five dollars and fifty cents," which breaks down the price into its dollar and cent components. Both expressions convey the same value of \$5.50 in different ways.

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### How do you say this price:   \$0.25?

• A.

Point twenty five

• B.

Twenty five cents

• C.

Twenty five dollars

B. Twenty five cents
Explanation
The correct answer is "twenty five cents" because the price is expressed in terms of cents, which is a fraction of a dollar. The phrase "twenty five cents" accurately represents the value of \$0.25.

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### How do you say this price:   \$6.03?

• A.

Six dollars and three cents

• B.

Six "oh" three

• C.

Six three

A. Six dollars and three cents
Explanation
The correct answer is "six dollars and three cents" because it accurately represents the price of \$6.03. The amount is stated in terms of dollars and cents, with "six dollars" indicating the whole dollar amount and "three cents" specifying the fractional part of the price.

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