In the following conversation:

A: "9 Pounds please."

B: Takes out 60 pounds, and says, "Its 9 pounds? Here you go bro." and gives 60 pounds to the person.

Why does the person repeat "Its 9 pounds"?

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11:15 to 11:20. I'm not sure if "its 9 pounds" is a question or statement. Could anyone tell me? I'm still trying to figure out tones.

Julian, next time, please note the time marker on a video. We are not going to watch the entire video to look for the answer to your question.

Julian Ng-Thow-Hing11:15 to 11:20. I'm not sure if "its 9 pounds" is a question or statement. Could anyone tell me? I'm still trying to figure out tones.

He simply repeats the amount for the camera. He makes it sound like a question, but it is just rhetorical. He wants the viewer to be well aware that although the fare is only nine pounds, he is giving the cabbie sixty.

By the way, he is not the best possible model for your speech, and you should not call people "bro".

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I did put the time marker