# English

1. I bought a \$ 10 shirt and a \$ 5 socks.

2. I bought a \$ 10 shirt and a pair of \$ 5 socks.

3. I bought a \$ 10 shirt and \$ 5 socks.
(Which one is correct?)

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1. #2 is best; #3 is OK; #1 is incorrect.

Be sure to move those dollar signs so they are immediately preceding the numbers -- no spaces:

I bought a \$10 shirt and a pair of \$5 socks.

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