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    'What would you be prepared to pay?' Will, 'Pay at most XXX' be a fine answer?

    Hi teachers,
    In response to 'What would you be prepared to pay?' Will, 'Pay at most XXX' be a fine answer if I want to pay no more than XXX?

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by learning54; 11-Jul-2012 at 17:56.

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