changing money

One of the first things you’ll have to do upon arrival in a French speaking countries is get some local currency. Here you’ll find all the phrases you’ll need to know for changing money.

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Où puis-je trouver un bureau de change?Where can I find an exchange office?
Pouvez-vous changer des chèques de voyage?Can you change traveller's checks?
Je voudrais changer des dollars. I'd like to change dollars.
Je voudrais changer des dollars canadiens. I'd like to change Canadian dollars.
Je voudrais changer des livers. I'd like to change pounds.
Pouvez-vous changer ceci en euros?Can you change this to euros?
Je vends des francs belges/suisses. I'm selling Belgian/Swiss francs.
Quel est le taux de change? What's the exchange rate?
Pouvez-vous me donner des billets de vingt / cinquante / cent euros?Can you give me bills in 20/50/100 euros?
Y-a-il une banque près d'ici? Is there are bank near here?
Y-a-t une guichet automatique près d'ici?Is there an ATM near here?
À quelle heure fermez-vous?What time do you close?
Pouvez-vous me donner un reçu? Can you give me a receipt?
Votre passeport, s'il vout plaît. Your passport, please.
Signez ici, s'il vous plaît. Sign here, please.

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