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  • This is a good lesson on the verb “pay”. I would add a few more. “To pay down a debt”, “to pay on a loan”, “to pay back”. There are also some expressions using “pay”. “To pay forward” is a new expression which has just come up in the last few years. “To pay your dues” means to work for something in order to earn it.

  • Thank you for clarifying the proper usage of the word “pay”. Now I can use this word properly.:) Have a nice day!

  • This page is very important for all we. Teaches us to use the verb “to pay” of form correctly. Now I know how use this verb, “to pay”.Example:

    ” To pay to friend” … ” I should pay to the neighbor” … “I’m paying my debts :'( ” … “All in this life is to pay.”

    Thank very much! for this page.

  • This is a very good article, in which they are tips on how you use the verb pay. Here are some examples: “pay for the fine”, “pay for the rent”, “paying for the university education”.