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    flytothesky is offline Member
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    Smile $20 for card, the left one in cash, please.

    Hello~ Can you help me say this naturally please?

    At the supermarket.

    Staff: itís $60.5.

    A: ⓐOh, sorry, Iím out of money.
    ⓑOh, sorry, I donít have enough money.


    ⓐCan I take this ice cream back?
    ⓑCan I give this ice cream back?


    Staff: Yes, then itís $50.5. Cash or card?

    A: ⓐI will use card for $20. And the left one I will give you cash.
    ⓑ$20 for card, the left one in cash, please.

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    Default Re: $20 for card, the left one in cash, please.

    ⓑOh, sorry, I donít have enough money.
    ⓐCan I take this ice cream back?
    ⓑ$20 for card, the left one in cash, please.

    I think sentences above sounds more natureally.

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    Default Re: $20 for card, the left one in cash, please.

    Thank you for your help

    Sorry but can I say like this?


    " $20 in card, the left one in cash, please."

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    Default Re: $20 for card, the left one in cash, please.

    Flyrothesky, say:
    I'll put $20 on my card, and I'll pay the rest in cash.

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