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    Ungifted is offline Junior Member
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    bill or invoice

    What is correct answer #a, answer #b or both answers?
    What do I have to pay?
    a. The bill is exactly $10.
    b. The invoice is exactly $10.

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    SoothingDave is offline VIP Member
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    Re: bill or invoice

    What is the context?

    Bill is more informal and used in everyday situations (like paying the bill at a restaurant).

    An invoice is associated with either the paperwork that accompanies a shipment of goods, or the document sent from a company demanding payment for goods or services.

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: bill or invoice

    Note that '#' is used to mean 'number', so it doesn't go before a letter.

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