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Wookie

Senior Member
Korea, Korean
"His parents refused to pay for his tuition."
"His parents refused to pay his tuition."

I think people actually say in both ways.
Are these both correct?
 
  • nzseries1

    Senior Member
    New Zealand - English
    To me, they both sound the same, and I would use either :) but I bet this one definitely depends on where you're from.
     

    ADMP

    Senior Member
    Sinhaleese - Sri Lanka
    "His parents refused to pay for his tuition."
    "His parents refused to pay his tuition."

    I think people actually say in both ways.
    Are these both correct?
    I think it should be
    "His parents refused to pay for his tuition master / class."
    "His parents refused to pay his tuition fees."
     
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