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    Owe

    Hi guys,

    We say "You owe me $5" or "Did you owe him $5?" but can we say "Did you owe $5 to him?"
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 24-Apr-2014 at 09:08. Reason: Adding question marks

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    Re: Owe

    We can say that, but it's not natural.

    The form is used like this: 'I owe $10 to Andy Tover, $5 to Horace Cope and 2$ to Willy Eckerslike'.

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