- For Teachers
I just registered, so greetings to Everyone.
England is a very fine country, I like it here.
I am Polish, I came to the UK recently.
I was wondering if there is some kind of an idiom (didn't find
it on the idiom's web page) to express we owe something to someone?
I keep repeating "I owe you a beer...", but I fear I will finally go bancrupt
by buying beers
In Polish when someone helps us we say:
"I am your debtor...."
Is this also correct in English? Can we use this kind of an expression
in other situations than financial?
Thanks in advance for help.
"I owe you one" can be used in almost any situation.
thank you very much for your help