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    cost or costs

    Hi,

    Please let me know if the sentences mentioned below are right

    1) It costs 15 pounds.

    2) I was very rude to you the month before last. I know. I'll never live it down!

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    Prince Sabharwal

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    Re: cost or costs

    Quote Originally Posted by princesabharwal View Post
    Hi,

    Please let me know if the sentences mentioned below are right

    1) It costs 15 pounds. Yes.

    2) I was very rude to you the month before last. Yes. I know. Yes. I'll never live it down! Yes.

    Kind Regards

    Prince Sabharwal
    Bhai.

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