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    • Join Date: Apr 2008
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    #1

    Fee or Fees

    Please explain to me the conditions in which we use 'fee' and 'fees'.
    For e.g.,
    1. I need to pay my tuition fee.
    2. I need to pay my tuition fees.

    Are both okay?

    Regards


    • Join Date: Nov 2007
    • Posts: 5,409
    #2

    Re: Fee or Fees

    Are both okay?

    Yes.
    Are you paying for,say, one tutoring lesson at a time; 'your tuition fee' to a private tutor, or are you paying for a term, or year, together with any other fees associated with going to that school eg a charge for textbooks they allow you to use throughout the term, and that you give back at the end of term - then, 'tuition fees'.

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