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幾ら, いくら

  • ikura


adverb (fukushi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • how much?
  • how many?

Examples of 幾ら,いくら in a Sentence

How much is this handkerchief?
What would it cost to have this chair repaired?
How much is this sofa?
The sales didn't amount to anything.
What's the bus fare?
I cannot thank you enough for your kindness.
How much is this handkerchief? "It is ninety-five cents."
How much did it cost? "It cost me a thousand yen."
It is cheaper to order by the dozen.
What is the amount of money you spend?

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