The Brazilian Real?
The official currency of Brazil in the Real. The Real was introduced in 1994 and is divided into 100 centavos. Each Brazilian banknote has a different animal on the back and each coin has a different constellation and in 2010 a new series of banknotes was introduced with added security features and different sizing to help people who are vision impaired. Instead of using a decimal point for the decimal separator, Brazilian reals have a comma. The thousands separator for Brazilian money is the period. So $6,00 is actually 6 reals, not R$600, while $6.000 is six thousand reals. The denomination for banknotes are R$2, R$5, R$10, R$20, R$50, R$100 and the denomination for coins are 5, 10, 25 and 50 centavo as well as 1 Real.
Bottle of Water: 3.00 R$
Beer: 7.00 R$
cappuccino: 6.00 R$
Dinner at a restaurant: 20.00 R$
meal at Mcdonalds (or equivalent): 25.00 R$