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anis91Date: Monday, 2012-03-05, 10:54 PM | Message # 1
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here you can talk about the cash you country uses,
example: bla and blabla
bla= 10/20blabla, picture of Bla and Blabla, etc..

i will start,
in our country we use the T.D.(tunisian Dinar) it's like the american dollar
1 Dinnar= 1000 millimes/francs
dooroo= 5millime
miya=100 millime
a million to us isn't a million dollar/dinnar, it's a million millime ,thus 1000 dinar

1 dinar

5 dinar
or

10 dinar

20 dinar

30 dinar

50 dinar

1/2 dinar or 500 millime
it looks like a 1 dinar, but it's half it's size
100 millimes

50 millimes

20 millime

10 millime

5 millime

2 millime

1 millime


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-MB-Date: Wednesday, 2012-03-07, 3:55 PM | Message # 2
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Your coins have nice designs. In my country (India), the currency is rupees. This is the symbol:

We put that symbol and then write the money.
Right now we don't have that symbol in the keyboard because it was introduced recently. Before we used to use 'Rs'.

These are the notes:


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_rupee
Scroll down to the bottom, there you'll find some of the coins.
 
anis91Date: Wednesday, 2012-03-07, 5:30 PM | Message # 3
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woot the drawings are nice :D,

btw
1 $ = 1.300 dinar
1 € = 1.910 Dinar

how about you?

1 $ = ??.??? rupee

1 € = ??.??? rupee

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your heaviest coin is only 8g!! wacko

our's is 70g (pretty heavy for a coin)

 
-MB-Date: Wednesday, 2012-03-07, 5:35 PM | Message # 4
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I think 1 $= 50 Rs.
 
anis91Date: Wednesday, 2012-03-07, 9:10 PM | Message # 5
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so it's cheap, that explains the 1000 coin, it's equal to 20 dollars smile

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if so then 1€= 75 rupee

 
-MB-Date: Saturday, 2012-03-10, 10:47 AM | Message # 6
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If I come over to US and work for a month then I guess when I come back I can make good money.
lol
 
anis91Date: Thursday, 2012-03-15, 10:21 PM | Message # 7
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yeah good idea, ;), i would do that and go to he poorest country $v$
 
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