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Ramin
Is this sentence correct? Hi, I have some Indian Rupee in my balance and don't know what I can do with it exactly. I'd appreciate it if you give me a suggestion whether to exchange it for another unit like CAD or USD. I am about to ask them to exchange the Indian Rupee to another unit, so I noticed it could be better to ask you first.
Aug 6, 2018 9:01 PM
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I would like to exchange these Indian Rupees for the equivalent value in US Dollars [or other currency]. I do not know whether "Indian Rupee" is considered multiple already like the word "money" or singular like the word "dollar." If it is like the word money (not divisible), I would say, "this Indian Rupee." If it is talked about in multiples like, these Indian Rupees, I would say "These Indian Rupees."
August 6, 2018
Ramin
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English, French, Persian (Farsi)
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