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    #1

    What is the rate for/of the room in your hotel?

    1) Airasia airline company offers the lowest/average rate for flight tickets.
    2) What is the rate for/of the room in your hotel?
    3) I reserved a room with the lowest rate.

    * Am I using the word rate correctly in the above sentences? Please advise .

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    #2

    Re: What is the rate for/of the room in your hotel?

    1) Airasia airline company offers the lowest/average rate for flights tickets. OK
    2) What is the rate for/of the a room in your hotel? OK
    3) I reserved a room with the lowest rate. OK

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    #3

    Re: What is the rate for/of the room in your hotel?

    Instead of "rate for flights" just say "airfare."

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    #4

    Re: What is the rate for/of the room in your hotel?

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    Instead of "rate for flights" just say "airfare."

    Thanks for replying .

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