Audio: when typing what I hear, I do not hear "lira" at the end but something else.
On "turtle" it sounds fine so I can figure it out.
What I hear sounds more like "kaç ino"
Reported. The Turkish "r" seems to vary a lot but normally when I figure out what is meant I can hear it. I wonder what other people are hearing here.
Amount of a given currency is countable, however amount of price is uncountable. Therefore, one says "How many liras? " for the amount of but "How much is the price of this? " or even better "How much does this cost?" for the amount or price.
Having said that, no one in their right mind would inquire the price of an entity as "How many liras does this cost?" in English even when the currency is of importance. One would ask it as "How much does this cost" or "How much does this cost in liras?".