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Asking for change – Situational Dialogues – How to say

Asking for change – Situational Dialogues – How to say

1.

Excuse me, but could I trouble you for some change?

Let me see. Do you want coppers or silver?

I want some change for the parking meter.

You’d better have silver then.

2.

Sorry to trouble you, but have you change for a pound?

I’ll have a look. What do you want it for?

I have to get a book of stamps.

In that case you need silver.

3.

Excuse me. I wonder whether you could change a pound?

Let’s see. Coppers or silver?

It’s for a phone call.

Will tens do?

4.

Excuse me. Could you oblige me with some change?

I’ll see what I’ve got. What’s it for?

I need some cigarettes from this machine.

I can let you have some tens, if that’s any good.

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