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I want to buy some cookies.
1.  How much is it?
2.  How much are they?
3.  It's two dollars.
4.  They are two dollars.
(In this short dialogue, which expressions do we have to use?)

cookies = plural
1. How much are they?
3. They are two dollars.
Use #2 and #4.
Sra
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