Harry
what's the difference? I'll need to see a major credit card for the incidentials. I'll need to use your major credit card for the incidentials. what's the difference? Thanks a lot.
Nov 6, 2017 12:56 PM
Answers · 1
Firstly, please check the spelling of 'incidentals'. Secondly, in answer to your question, the first sentence is the way some shops/airlines/hotels/restaurants may ask for your credit by saying 'I'll need to see a credit card'. In my opinion, the second sentence would mean that I'm going to borrow your credit card to pay for the incidentals.
November 6, 2017
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