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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #40259: Bill, tip, fare, fine, fee
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Banks, money | Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Bill, tip, fare, fine, fee

    BILL    TIP    FARE    FINE    FEE


        This man has finished dinner, he wants to pay for it. He is raising his arm to call the waiter.

        Could I have the bill please?

       ( an electricity / gas / phone bill )


          After paying the bill you can leave a small amount of additional money

      to the waiter, it's a tip.


         The woman is paying the bus fare to the driver

                              fare: the price you pay to travel by bus, train, taxi, plane... 


         If you don't take a ticket when you park your car you will have to pay a fine.

                             fine: the money that you have to pay as a punishment when you have done

       something illegal or broken a rule.

                            fine (verb): in a car a little child must be seated in a safety chair, if not,

      the driver can expect to be fined.


         the money you pay to a professional: doctor, lawyer ...  

                                 the money you pay for school  

        the money you pay to enter a place: cinema, museum...

                               the money you pay to join something like a tennis club

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    I am going to the reception desk to pay the .

    Meanwhile, you should give the porter a big , this man has been very helpful.

    a trial
    The man has robbed a shop, if found guilty he faces six months in jail and a heavy .

    the high speed train Eurostar
    -How will I cross the Channel?
    -Try the Eurostar, it's so comfortable!
    Their standard starts from £49

    Private schools are expensive.

    Sorry sir, but the speed limit is 110km per hour. You will be for speeding.

    Look at this huge phone ! I am sure Sonia talks to her boyfriend for hours when we are out.

    I am going to see lions and giraffes with the children,
    today the admission to the zoo is cheap.

    'You look angry, what happened?' / 'I have just been for parking in a prohibited area.'

    On some planes, children under 14 travel half .

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