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    Question How to better rephrase "it costs lower by 10%"

    How do we say: it costs less by 10% or on 10 %? The original sentence was:
    "it costs lower on 10%" = meaning that the price of the courses is 10% percent lower. Was I right when I substituted "lower" with "less"?

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    Re: How to better rephrase "it costs lower by 10%"

    'It costs 10% less.'

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    Re: How to better rephrase "it costs lower by 10%"

    OK, thanks)

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