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    You have to pay for this

    I would like you to clarify me.
    Recently I did a blender mistake at my Boss, after that I asked apolozy for that, then he said "You have to pay for this".

    I suppose that I am the accountable for my mistake, so that I am the resposible for consequencies.

    What I understood was correct. If it is wrong correct me.

    Where and how can we use "have to pay ".
    Is this sentence structure is correct?
    It would be better if you could give some some examples in this regard.
    I appreciate your help.
    Thanks in Advance.

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    Re: You have to pay for this

    Weird use in my opinion.

    On one hand he could have said: You will have to pay for this.

    If you have broken something, you will have to give the money back.

    You will pay for this!

    This is a threat.


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