Could you please help me make these sentences grammatical and natural?

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Client: How much do I owe?

Receptionist: We charged your debit card when you booked the room online so you don't owe us anything.

2

Client: Is coffee free of charge?

Receptionist: Coffee is free of charge up until 7am; outside breakfast (hours), coffee is free, during breakfast it isn't.

Client: What time is breakfast served between?

Receptionist: Breakfast is served between 7am and 10am.

Thank you
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alc24Could you please help me make these sentences grammatical and natural?
Remember that this is an informal conversation.

Client: How much do I owe? [Y]

Receptionist: We charged your debit card when you booked the room online, so you don't owe us anything. It's okay, but it's wordy and the answer is at the end.
It's more natural to say 'Nothing (now), we charged your debit card when you booked the room.

Client: Is coffee free of charge? [N] too wordy

Is coffee free? [Y]

Receptionist: Coffee is free until 7a.m. 0utside breakfast hours coffee is free; during breakfast it isn't. This is fine if the client knows what the breakfast hours are.
Client: What time is breakfast served between? [N] Omit "between".

Receptionist: Breakfast is served between 7 and 10 a.m. Leave a space between 10 and a.m.( not "am")
Thank you

c45

Thank you so much C45,

I had one question

Would you say charged debit card or charged it to your debit card when you booked?

Can you say "Outside breakfast, coffee is free." or do you have to leave in (hours)?

Thank you Canadian45

Ps, if you have a second, could help me with this one thread

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/CouldCorrectTheseSentences/qvjdb/post.htm

Thank you so much for everything.
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alc24Thank you so much C45,

I have one question.

charged your debit card [Y] charged it to your debit card [Y] when you booked?

Can you say "Outside breakfast, coffee is free." or do you have to leave in (hours)? keep "hours"

Thank you Canadian45

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/CouldCorrectTheseSentences/qvjdb/post.htm

Thank you so much for everything.
Which would you say, does it all depend on something?

charged your debit card charged it to your debit card when you booked?

Could I ask you one thing, a client said, I'd like to know if the underlined is ok?

Receptionist: What's your room number?

Client: Why? Is there a problem?

Receptionist: No not at all. I just want to know which room I'm checking out?

Thank you
alc24

Which would you say, does it all depend on something? no, both have same meaning

charged your debit card charged it to your debit card when you booked?

Could I ask you one thing, a client said, I'd like to know if the underlined is ok?

Receptionist: What's your room number?

Client: Why? Is there a problem?

Receptionist: No not at all. I just want to know which room I'm checking out?
The above conversation doesn't make sense. If the customer, not "client", is at the front desk or called the front desk to check out, of course the receptionist will ask what the room number is. Why would that make the customer ask if there is a problem? The underlined is okay.
Thank you
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Hello Canadian45,

I have to write in email , but I'm not sure how to put it. Could you pretty please correct this for me?

To whom it may concern,

When making the reservation with your hotel, I booked a room for 5 nights for 517.50 dollars. I was later charged 621 dollars to my debit card./You charged my debit card 621 dollars. Could you tell me why the difference in amount?

Regards

Thank you C45
Hello C45,

Could you please help me correct my email as I don't know how to properly say it?

THank you so much
Hello Canadian45,

If you don't have time to look, would you want me to repost it?

THank you
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