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    Pay you now or pay to you now.

    Just a clarification. Is "I'll pay you now." alright? Or should it be "I'll pay to you now."

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    Re: Pay you now or pay to you now.

    Quote Originally Posted by enthusiastic learner View Post
    Just a clarification. Is "I'll pay you now." alright? Or should it be "I'll pay to you now."
    The first one is correct.

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    Re: Pay you now or pay to you now.

    And to clarify, the second is incorrect.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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