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  • [1000 most common English phrases: numbers and money]

  • 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 do I owe you?

  • How much does it cost per day?

  • How much does this cost?

  • How much is it to go to Miami?

  • How much money do you make?

  • I don't have a girlfriend.

  • I don't have any money.

  • I have a reservation.

  • I need to practice my English.

  • I'd like to eat at 5th street restaurant.

  • I'll have the same thing.

  • I'll pay for dinner.

  • I'll pay for the tickets.

  • I'm 26 years old.

  • Is that ok?

  • Is there any mail for me?

  • Isn't it?

  • It's 11:30 (p.m.).

  • It's 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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