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Which is correct?

 How much money is in your money pig?
 How much money is it in your money pig.

22 Feb 2010      


How much money is in your "piggy bank"! - not money pig... LOL

22 Feb 2010     

manonski (f)

I īd say I have about a 100 dollars in my piggy bank... but don īt tell my brother.
On a serious note... piggy bank is the right expression.

22 Feb 2010     


I agree with zora and manonski on that you say piggy bank. 
Also, I think you really want to know which one is the correct way of asking:
I would say:
How much money is there in your piggy bank?

23 Feb 2010     

United States

How much money is in your piggy bank?
How much money is there in your piggy bank?
Both are correct, but "is it" isn īt correct.

23 Feb 2010