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Hi everyone

i want know what is the difference between

you must pay in cash

you must pay by cash

and
" you must pay with check" use ( with ) here correct

can we say: you must pay with cash or use ( with) possible only with check

could someone help me ?
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Hi,
There are no strict rules about this. It's just that we say some things a lot, and not others.

i want know what is the difference between

you must pay in cash We usually say this, in my opinion..

you must pay by cash But we often say this.

and
" you must pay with a check" use ( with ) here correct It's not wrong, but we usually say 'by check'.

can we say: you must pay with cash Yes, you can. or use ( with) possible only with check

could someone help me ?

Clive
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Thanks alot