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Phrases to Say Costs in Business English

Phrases for Saying Costs in Business English

This lesson focuses on different areas of core Business English vocabulary. It relates to the various costs involved in running a business.

Use the sentences below and select the type of sentence that works for you.

  1. It cost a fortune.
  2. It cost me an arm and a leg.
  3. Our terms of payment are as follows: quarterly/monthly payment.
  4. Prices are subject to change without notice.
  5. That's a bit on the dear side
  6. That's a bit pricey.
  7. That's a bit steep.
  8. That's daylight robbery.
  9. That's exorbitant
  10. The goods come with a two-year guarantee.
  11. The initial order is subject to a discount of 15%.
  12. They must have seen you coming
  13. Under separate cover you will receive a credit note for the sum of €1.000.
  14. We are pleased to submit you a detailed quotation.
  15. We can allow you a three months' credit.
  16. We can make you a firm offer of ...
  17. We have the pleasure in enclosing our most recent catalogue.
  18. You paid a bit over the odds.
  19. Your ordered goods are out of stock, but we can offer you a substitute.
  20. You're paying through the nose

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