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Is it wrong to say one of those sentences??
Which one??

I paid the flowers
I paid for the flowers

thanks!!
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Hi,

I paid the flowers Wrong
I paid for the flowers Right


In addition, you can pay the bill for something.

Best wishes, Clive
So, I always have to use the preposition! I hate prepositions... Emotion: sad
Thanks Clive!
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>I paid the flowers Wrong

indeed, it means you gave the money to the flowersEmotion: smile
Cheer up, Kekel! You could just say "I bought the flowers" -- no preposition necessary!
Oh Marius, I would never imagine it. In fact, it's quite funny to pay the flowers... You helped me a lot with it!!

And Khoff, I how I wish I could forget the pharsal verbs and use synonyms instead. Life would be so much easier to me... Emotion: wink

Thanks you all!
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>I would never imagine it.

I would never have imagined it.
(past tense)
Present perfect... that's right!
Thanks Marius!!
Marius Hancu>I would never imagine it.

I would never have imagined it.
(past tense)
Hi Marius,

Can I say 'I would never imagined it'? What tense is that? Emotion: hmm
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