English as a Second Language/writing numbers with words

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Question
How should US$5,000.00 be written with words?

five thousand dollars or five-thousand dollars?

Also, when do we use the "-" between numbers?

Answer
Out of curiosity, Henrique... are you using multiple names to identify yourself on this site?

When it comes to the rules for writing numbers you can read more by clicking on the links below

http://www.grammarbook.com/numbers/numbers.asp

http://www.ef.com/english-resources/english-grammar/numbers-english/

She short answer to your question: there is no "-" between words in situations like the one you described above.


Hope this helps.

~Amy

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