# Who can help me describe the US\$105.66 into words ?

@Generis (145)
China
May 11, 2009 8:55pm CST
I'm not sure how to describe it . It should be US DOLLAR ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE AND SIXTY SIX CENTS ONLY or US DOLLAR ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE AND CENTS SIXTY SIX ONLY. ?
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5 responses
• United States
12 May 09
One hundred Sixty-five US dollars.
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@eponiine (141)
• United States
12 May 09
Yeah, this is what I would say if I wanted to include the US.
@Generis (145)
• China
12 May 09
• United States
12 May 09
It should be One hundred five dollars and sixty six cents. Whenever you are putting numbers into words only use 'and' if there is a decimal point. The word 'dollars' always goes after the numbers but before the 'and'. The word 'cents' always goes after the numbers as well. Hope this helps!
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@Generis (145)
• China
12 May 09
TKS,Derlilastern. Here you put the 'dollars' after the numbers , but if we write the amount of check ,whether we need begin with the words 'SAY US DOLLAR.... or SAY POUND STERLING ..' then write numbers ... And end with the word 'only' ? Such as : GBP105.66 We should write : SAY POUND STERLING ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE AND SIXTY SIX CENTS ONLY. or ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE POUND STERLING AND SIXTY SIX CENTS ONLY?
• United States
12 May 09
The word 'only' isnt really necessary on a check, it just prevents anyone from writing anything else onto it! I get the same effect by putting a line through the rest of the space. Remember, the word 'and' ONLY replaces a decimal point. It shouldnt be used at any other time. At least in the US, It is alawys written One hundred five US dollars and sixty six cents. The word dollar doesnt go before the numbers. But even if you put the word before the numbers, I think it would be ok. Its just proper to put the words after the numbers!
@barehugs (8986)
12 May 09
\$105.66 US = One Hundred, Five U.S. Dollars, and Sixty-Six Cents.
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@Generis (145)
• China
12 May 09
Tks for your response .I'll remember it :)
@maezee (32955)
• United States
12 May 09
It would be pronounced "One hundred and five dollars and sixty-six cents" or even just "one-oh-five sixty six".
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@Generis (145)
• China
12 May 09
Thanks for your help ,Maezee :)
@lelin1123 (15644)
• Puerto Rico
20 May 09
It should read I believe -One hundred and five dollars and sixty-six cents!
@Generis (145)
• China
27 May 09
Thank you for your help . Lelin :)