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    Can I construct sentence using the word charge correctly?

    1) You will be charged the price of a regular coffee for an Americano.
    2) I will charge you for a coffee as an Americano.
    3) I will charged you for it as a regular coffee instead of an Americano.



    Are the above sentences worded correctly?

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    Re: Can I construct sentence using the word charge correctly?

    Grammatically speaking

    1) correct
    2) wrong
    3) wrong

    I am not a teacher.

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