my three monthly back tuition fees

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shorty1

Senior Member
Korean
Hello.


Let's suppose I'm a private high school student and I'm late on my tuition fees by three months.

"I'm going to pay my three monthly back tuition fees tomorrow."


Does the part in bold sound natural?

If not, how would you say the part?


Thank you for your help.
 
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  • shorty1

    Senior Member
    Korean
    No, I'm afraid not.

    I'm going to pay my pending fees tomorrow.
    I'm going to pay my fees for the last three months tomorrow.

    Thank you very much, Barque. :)


    I came across a daily English dialogue below:
    I'm late on my rent.
    Your back rent is coming out of your deposit.


    I think my example applies to this concept.

    So can I say 'my back fees' instead of 'my pending fees'?

    my try: "I'm going to pay my back(or pending) fees for the last three months tomorrow."
     
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