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    Electricity connection for water motor.

    One person gave the electricity connection to his neighbour for water motor from his own house. After one month there was an increase in his electricity bill. His bill increased by fourteen hundred rupees. So what should we say "The charge of giving electricity connection for water motor is fourteen hundred rupees" or "it cost him fourteen hundred rupees to give out electricity connection?"

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    Re: Electricity connection for water motor.

    "It cost him fourteen hundred rupees to provide his neighbor with electricity. "

    You probably mean water pump, not motor.
    I am not a teacher.

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