Contoh Soal Latihan Bahasa Inggris

Contoh soal percakapan Bahasa Inggris sehari-hari, di hotel, di bank, dll.

Changing money

Posted by winardiary on October 24, 2008

Changing money

A : Teller B : Visitor

A : Good morning, can I help you?
B : Good morning. I want to change money. What is the rate of USD (US Dollar) today?
A : The buying rate is Rp 9.200 (nine thousand two hundred), while the selling price is Rp 9.500 (nine thousand five hundred). Would you like to buy or sell USD?
B : I want to sell USD into Rupiah.
A : How much?
B : USD 1.000 (one thousand Dollars).
A : Please fill in this form first.
B : Thank you.
………………………………………………………
B : Here is the form, and here is the USD.
A : Thank you. I will count first. Please wait a moment.
B : Can I have hundred thousand notes?
A : I will check first.
……………………………………………………….
A : Sir, here is the money. All are in Rp 100.000 notes. Please count first.
B : Thank you. Can I have a plastic bag?
A : Sorry we don’t have plastic bag. You can use this envelope.
B : Thank you.

6 Responses to “Changing money”

  1. joseph said

    saya perlu text conversation semacam ini. Untuk latihan buat anak anak.

  2. sri wahyuningsih said

    thanks..
    smua orang butuh.

  3. yayuk prihartati said

    it is very important for us to improve our english. I really need many text conversation especially for vocational shcool.

  4. Pim said

    GOOD….

  5. Mahfud said

    Finally I’ve found this….and This is it!!!..thank’s for your kindness to teaching us and improving our english language skills.

  6. CTR said

    Thx sharingnya….sangat membantu buat belajar bicara lbh baik…..🙂

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