Robin
how would you say this about cost or fee I will be paying the plane tickets fee. I will be paying the plane tickets fees. I will be paying the plane tickets cost. I will be paying the plane ticket fees. 1. if there are more than one tickets waiting for payment. Should I say tickets? 2. I am not sure if it is fee or cost. If it is fee should I use the plural form? Thank you!
Dec 5, 2014 4:58 AM
Answers · 2
Technically, you don't need either. The simplest way to say this would be: I will be paying for the plane ticket(s). You can also say: I will be paying the cost of the plane ticket(s). This, however, would not be heard so much in everyday speech. I would stick to the first example. Hope this helps. :)
December 5, 2014
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