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    charge on vs gharge to vs charge onto

    What would you say?

    "Can you charge the shoes on a cradit card?"

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    "Can you charge the shoes to a credit card?"

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    "Can you charge the shoes onto a credit card?"

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    Re: charge on vs gharge to vs charge onto

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    What would you say?

    "Can you charge the shoes on a cradit card?"

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    "Can you charge the shoes to a credit card?"

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    "Can you charge the shoes onto a credit card?"
    What preposition would you use here?

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    Re: charge on vs gharge to vs charge onto

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    What preposition would you use here?
    I wouldn't use any of them. I would use "to pay with a/by credit card".

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    Re: charge on vs gharge to vs charge onto

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    I wouldn't use any of them. I would use "to pay with a/by credit card".
    There is no preference?

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    Re: charge on vs gharge to vs charge onto

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    There is no preference?
    I would say "Can I pay by credit card?" or, more likely, "...by card?"

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