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Hello. I wrote two dialogues. Will you correct them?

No. 1

M: Mr. Stump is a master at corporate law. He has represented us

in several cases.

F: Yes, but I hear he [ his fee ] is very expensive.

M: Right. But that's the way it is. We'll [ be able to ] get what we pay for.

No. 2

M: Fill it up, please.

F: Would you like me to clean the windshield?

M: Thank you, and could you check the oil?

F: Sure, and shall I check the tire pressure as well [ ,too ] ?

Thank you! kenta
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Hi,
No. 1

M: Mr. Stump is a corporate law expert. He has represented us

in several cases.

F: Yes, but I hear he [ his fee ] is very expensive.

M: Right. But that's the way it is. We'll get what we pay for. (A standard saying is 'You get what you pay for')

No. 2

M: Fill it up, please.

F: Would you like me to clean the windshield?

M: Thank you, and could you check the oil?

F: Sure, and shall I check the tire pressure as well [ ,too ] ?

Where I live, almost all gas stations are self-service, so you do these things yourself.

Best wishes, Clive
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Hello, Clive. "You get what you pay for." is a saying, isn't it?

Then I had better not change the phrase and should use "You get ...".

In Japan we can choose the type of gas station.

Nowadays the number of self-service gas stations is rapidly increasing.

Thank you!

kenta