How much does one (A) cost?

rscheurwater

New Member
Dutch
How do I say "How much does one (A) cost?" in Korean?

Something like this?
"... (A)는 하나에 얼마예요?"

Thank you!
 
  • Rance

    Senior Member
    Korean
    You pretty much had the answer already.
    "(As you pick up or point the item) 이거 하나에 얼마에요?" sounds perfectly fine.
    Or if you rather want to specify the item(let's say apple): 사과 하나에 얼마에요?
     

    rscheurwater

    New Member
    Dutch
    Thank you Rance!

    If I got it right your examples can be translated to:
    How much is one of these?
    How much is one of these apples?

    When the shopkeeper answers: "That is (A) won a piece."


    Do I translate it to something like this?
    "저거는 하나에 (B)원이에요."
     

    Aidensuh

    Member
    Korean
    Your translations are correct.
    And about the shopkeeper's answer, I would just say "하나에 만원이(에)요."
    But yours has grammatically no problem.
     
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