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It’s very common to split the bill when you hang out with friends. However, if you want to pay for your friend’s drink, how do you say?
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If you want to pay for your friend’s drink how do you say
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I come pay means my treat, it’s on me If your friend want to pay by themselves they would say 我自己付 (Wǒ zì jǐ fù) 我自己付 (Wǒ zì jǐ fù) I oneself pay means I pay by myself In Taiwan, there are 2 most common types of payments 刷卡(shuā kǎ) 刷卡(shuā kǎ) 現金(xiàn jīn) 現金(xiàn jīn) Cards could be credit, debit cards or any kind of cards that can do payment Do you still remember how the man in the dialogue did the payment He wanted to swipe card to pay for drink but his card was out of money, then the girl had to pay by cash It very awkward, right

It’s very common to split the bill when you hang out with friends. However, if you want to pay for your friend’s drink, how do you say?

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