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Changing Money Over the Counter





Selling and buying foreign currency for local currency is usually carried out in our country at bureaux de change, which are also referred to as exchange bureaux, exchange offices, or sometimes simply exchange.

In foreign countries the trade in money with customers is usually carried out at bureaux de change, at the bank counters or travel agents' offices.

The exchange rates for various currencies are determined by market forces and they change every day. The exchange rates for currencies sold and bought in bureaux de change, over the bank counters or travel agents, are only valid regionally. For amounts in excess of a certain sum sometimes special exchange rate is set.

Here is one of many dialogues that take place in a bureaux de change in New York:

Customer: Could you change dollars into English pounds sterling?

Cashier:Certainly, sir. I'll just check the exchange rates. How much would you like to change?

Customer:One thousand dollars. And what is the rate of exchange today?

Cashier:One dollar to one pound fifty five pence.

Customer:And what rate can you offer for two thousand dollars.

Cashier: One dollar to one pound ninety pence.

Customer:Oh, the difference is not very big. Change one thousand, please. Here is the money.

Cashier: Thank you. May I have your passport for a moment please. We are always to write down the number of the customer's passport if we change one thousand dollars or more.

Customer:Here it is. No problem.

Cashier: Here is your passport. How would you like the money, sir.

Customer:Oh, give it to me in hundred pound notes, please.

Cashier:Good. One hundred, two hundred… fifty pounds, fifty five pounds.

Customer:Thank you. Good morning.

Cashier: Good morning, sir.

 

III. Refer to the situations and make up your own dialogues:

· Imagine the customer would like to change two thousand dollars.

· Imagine that you are a student at a University in Bern and you want to open a deposit account.

 

? Writing Practice

I. Read and translate the models in written form:

 








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