[Grammar] I will charge you the price ...

scott833

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1)I will charge you the price of a small coffee for a large size.
2)I will charge you a large coffee as a small one.
3)I will charge you the price of a hot chocolate for a large Americano or for any drink which is equivalent or greater than the price of a hot chocolate.
4)Cat cafe business concept does not pose public health risk/hazard.
5)Cat cafe business does not pose risk/hazard to public health.




Can I phrase the above sentences in such ways? Please advise.
 

teechar

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1) I will charge you the price of a small coffee for a large one. [STRIKE]size.[/STRIKE]

2) I will charge you a large coffee as a small one. :cross:

3) I will charge you the price of a hot chocolate for a large Americano or for any other drink. [STRIKE]which is equivalent or greater than the price of a hot chocolate.[/STRIKE]

4) Cat cafes [STRIKE]business concept[/STRIKE] do not pose any [STRIKE]public[/STRIKE] health risk/hazard to customers.

5) Cat cafes [STRIKE]business[/STRIKE] do not pose any risk/hazard to public health.
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