49.Cash at the Bank
1.Can I cash a check here?
2.Do you have an account at this bank?
3.Do you have some identification?
4.Yes,I have my passport.
5.I also have this identification card.
6.That's good enough.
7.How much is the check you want to cash?
8.It's a government check for $500.
9.How do you want your money?
10.I'm sorry.I don't understand.
11.Do you want large bills or small bills?
12.Give me five 20's and the rest in smaller bills.
13.Yes,of course.Here you are.
14.I have $100 in my account at the bank.
15.I want to change my money for American money.
16.When you go to the a new country,you must change your money.
17.If you have money in the bank,you can write checks.
18.I don't usually carry much money;I use checks.
19.I cashed my check at the store.
20.Do you have your passport with you?
21.You need a passport to travel to another country.
22.A passport is a very good I.D.
23.I'll give you the rest of my money.
24.Can I give you the rest of the money in change?
25.We can buy travelers checks at the bank.
26.He thanked me and I said,"You are welcome".
27.You are welcome to visit this country.
28.It is easy to learn to count United States money.
29.We learn the basic sentences first.
30.What is the basic unit of money in the U.S.?
31.What is the basic unit of money in your country?
32.What is the name of this coin?
33.There are six kinds of coins in U.S. money.
34.One-dollar bills are common.
35.One-hundred-dollar bills are not common.
36.The most common U.S. coin is the penny.
37.Can you count to 100 in English?
38.Do you have a half dollar with you?
39.Would you like a piece of cake?
40.In general,most people are friendly.
Q:Do you have some identification?
A:Yes,I have my passport.I also have this identification card.
Q:How do you want your money?
A:I'm sorry.I don't understand.
Q:Do you want large bills or small bills?
A:Give me fine 20's and the rest in smaller bills.
Q:Can I buy travelers checks here?
A:Yes,you can.At the next window.
Q:Can I change that for American money here?
A:Yes,you can.They'll change it for you at the window where you get the traveles checks.
Q:Do you have a bank account here?
A:I have $100 in my account at the bank.
A:I have a $20 bill.
Q:How large bill do you have?
A:I only have 35 cents change.
Q:Will you cash my check?
A:You can cash it at the bank.
Q:Are travelers checks safe to carry with you?
A:Yes,only the owner can cash a travelers checks.
Q:Is it likely to rain tomorrow?
A:It's not likely to rain during this season of the year.
Q:Are these bills often called paper money?
A:These bills are sometimes called paper money.
Q:Do you have any change?
A:No,I'm sorry.I don't have any change.
Q:How much is a nickel worth?
A:A nickel is worth five cents.
A:A dime is worth ten cents.
Q:How much is a dim worth?
A:A quarter is worth twenty-five cents.
Q:Is it easy to count United States money?
A:It's easy to count United States money.
Q:Where can I cash a check?
A:You can cash a check at the bank.
Q:Where can I change my money for U.S. money?
A:You can change your money at the bank.
Q:How much is your check?
A:It's a government check for 129.37.
Q:How many inches make a foot?
A:Twelve inches make a foot.
Q:How many feet make a yard?
A:Three feet make a yard.
Q:How many inches are in a yard?
A:There are thirty-six inches in a yard.
Q:How many feet are in a mile?
A:There are 5,280 feet in a mile.
Q:How many ounces are in a pound of meat?
A:A pound of meat has sixteen ounces.
Q:How many eggs are in a dozen?
A:Twelve eggs are in dozen.
Q:How many pints make a quarter of milk?
A:Two pints of milk make a quarter.
Q:How many quarters of milk make a gallon?
A:Four quarters of milk make a gallon.
Q:How many pounds are in a ton?
A:There are 2,000 pounds in a ton.