A dialogue between a house-wife and a hawker

House-wife: Excuse me.

Hawker: Yes, please. Can I help you?

W: I'd like to buy vegetables. Do you have onions?

H: Here they are. How much?

W: How much per kg?

H: They are Rs. 20/kg?

W: Its very expensive. Yesterday I bought them Rs. 16/kg.

H: You are right. I also sold them at the same rate yesterday. But today, the rate is very high at the market.

W: What about cabbage? How much is it?

H: It is Rs. 10/kg. It is quite fresh.

W: Everything is very expensive.

H: What is cheaper now-a-days?

W: It is very hard for a poor-man to survive.

H: All the day we move in street and in the evening hardly we make Rs. 100 or 150.

W: O.K. Please give me 1 kg onion and 1/2 kg cabbage. Coriander leaves for one rupee.

H: Here you are.

W: How much?

H: It's Rs. 26.

W: Here's the money.

H: Thank you.