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    Question Token charge

    'In restaurant my friend always ordered tea and I foot the bill, it became a sort of custom and I accepted it as a token charge for the beautiful stories he would tell me.' Is the sentence grammatically correct?

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    Re: Token charge

    Quote Originally Posted by santosh121 View Post
    'In the restaurant my friend always ordered tea and I footed the bill. It became a sort of custom and I accepted it as a token payment for the beautiful stories he would tell me.' Is the sentence grammatically correct?
    It is now.

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