silviap said:Hi all,
I would like to know if it's correct to say:
"Something that occured with the payment"
Thanks in advance for your help
It's simple and it's correct. Something occurred with the payment.silviap said:Let's say that a payment was
splittedsplit into two payments, due to some mistake or currency problem, this is unknown --> therefore we do not not what, but something occurred with the payment or to the payment?!
lsp said:It's simple and it's correct. Something occurred with the payment.
Better: Something happened to (or with) the payment.cuchufléte said:LSP- You are right in saying that it's simple and correct, but that is often said of microsoft help pages as well. But is it useful communication?
If the point is that something has gone wrong, why not say,
"Something went wrong with the payment" ??