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    Lightbulb Which one is more appropriate and why?

    Hi,

    Which one is more appropriate?
    (The agency is calling the passenger in regards to a ticket, they want to tell the cost of ticket, from which the passenger has to choose the class and whether we wants to go ahead with the purchase)

    We Owe you a ticket.
    We Owe with you a ticket.
    We Owe for you a ticket.

    Thanks

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    Re: Which one is more appropriate and why?

    The first one is correct:
    "We owe you a ticket."
    (Also, the sentence implies that the customer has already paid for the ticket.)

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    Post Re: Which one is more appropriate and why?

    But what if the customer has not payed. I have explained the senario in which a reservation agent is calling the customer, what sentence would be framed then??

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    Re: Which one is more appropriate and why?

    I wouldn't use the verb "owe"--I'd say something like this:
    Hello Mr./Mrs. Smith. I am calling with regard to your flight reservation...

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