20 October 2017 Antonio Harris 113.00

20 October 2017 Richard Martin 1794.00

20 October 2017 Miquel Thompson 17770.00

20 October 2017 Colin Garcia 9331354.00

To complete these cheques, the amount needs to be written in words. Can you write the four amounts shown on the cheques in words then add the four amounts together.
E.g. £137.00 = One hundred and thirty seven pounds only.
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£113.00 = One hundred and thirteen pounds only
£1794.00 = One thousand, seven hundred and ninety four pounds only
£17770.00 = Seventeen thousand, seven hundred and seventy pounds only
£9331354.00 = Nine million, three hundred and thirty one thousand, three hundred and fifty four pounds only
Total = £9351031
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