# 2.3.4: Currency (模块四：货币)

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Module IV: Currency

 Scenario 4.1: An Dawei introduces Chinese currency to his classmates in the Chinese class. AD: 人民币有100元，50元，20元，10元，5元，2元和1元。 人民币 rénmínbì RMB 元 yuán dollar Note: 人民币Renminbi (RMB) literally means "people's currency." 元, the basic unit of the Renminbi, is used to refer to the Chinese currency. 100元 is pronunced “yì bǎi yuán.” 2元 is pronunced “liǎng yuán” or “èr yuán.”
 Scenario 4.2: An Dawei introduces the exchange rate of currency in the Chinese class. AD: 1美元合6元8角2分人民币。 美元 měiyuán US dollar 合 hé equal to 角 jiǎo dime 分 fēn cent

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