Is it grammatically correct for the bar maid to say £3.40 for you while serving me a drink,...as this suggests she is about to give me £3.40?
in UK. please no Americans
- Karen LLv 712 months ago
It doesn't suggest that, because the usual procedure when a bar maid serves you a drink is for you to give her money. Any rational adult knows that, so it isn't necessary for her to say 'Now you have to give me money'.
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