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In American English, the currency symbol is placed before the amount; the same is true for British English.
In short, the symbol for the currency always goes in front of the amount (only used in writing), and the word for the currency always goes after the amount (in writing and speech). I agree with Danegraphics, but let me add a couple of notes: If you use the "$" symbol, then it always goes before the amount, e.g. "$20".
In the area of finance, especially in texts discussing currency values and exchange rates, the universal code USD is the usual symbol used. USD is the international currency code established by the ISO to represent the American dollar. It is composed of the country code ( US ), followed by the letter "D" for "dollar."
In English, the dollar sign is placed before the amount, so the correct order is $20, as others have noted. However, when you see people using 20$, it's likely they're being influenced by a few different things: Many other countries (and the Canadian province of Quebec) put the currency symbol after the amount.
You can the write the amount in words by writing the number of whole dollars first, followed by the word 'dollars'. Instead of the decimal point, you will write the word 'and', followed by the number of cents, and the word 'cents'. If you want, you can write out the numbers using words too.
Generally, when currency symbols are placed before the amount, they are so without space.
In an English document, when you need to specify the type of dollar (Canadian, American, Australian, etc.), the Translation Bureau recommends using the symbol US$ to represent the American dollar. Write the country symbol ( US ) first, immediately followed by the dollar sign ($) and the dollar figure: US$ 25.99.
You can the write the amount in words by writing the number of whole dollars first, followed by the word 'dollars'. Instead of the decimal point, you will write the word 'and', followed by the number of cents, and the word 'cents'. If you want, you can write out the numbers using words too.
If you are writing out an amount in euros, use the currency symbol or euro sign . Note that the symbol goes before the amount and that there is no space between them (e.g. 50).
We use a comma for decimals, and dot for thousands. 70,50 means seventy euros and fifty cents, while 70.000 means seventy thousand euros.
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