English Numbers and Money – 43 Common English Phrases

11 dollars.
52 cents.
A few.
A little.
Call the police.
Did your wife like California?
Do you have any coffee?
Do you have anything cheaper?
Do you take credit cards?
How are you paying?
How many people are there in New York?
How much are these earrings?
How much does it cost per day?
How much does this cost?
How much do I owe you?
How much is it to go to Miami?
How much money do you make?
I’d¬†like¬†to¬†eat¬†at¬†5th¬†street¬†restaurant.
I¬†don’t¬†have¬†a¬†girlfriend.
I¬†don’t¬†have¬†any¬†money.
I have a reservation.
I’ll¬†have¬†the¬†same¬†thing.
I’ll¬†pay¬†for¬†dinner.
I’ll¬†pay¬†for¬†the¬†tickets.
I’m¬†26¬†years¬†old.
I need to practice my English.
Isn’t¬†it?
Is that ok?
Is there any mail for me?
It’s¬†11:30pm.
It’s¬†is¬†a¬†quarter¬†past¬†nine.
Please come in.
Sorry,¬†we¬†don’t¬†accept¬†credit¬†cards.
Sorry, we only accept Cash.
That restaurant is not expensive.
That’s¬†too¬†expensive.
There are many people here.
They charge 26 dollars per day.
What’s¬†the¬†exchange¬†rate¬†for¬†dollars?
What’s¬†the¬†phone¬†number?
Where can I buy tickets?
Where would you like to meet?
Which one is better?

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