Language Tips: Cost Vs. Costed

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56Do you know the difference between cost and costed? Check this out to find out.

oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com stated that we use cost  if  “something costs a particular amount of money,  you need to pay that amount in order to buy, make or do it “. We use  costed  to ” estimate how much money will be needed for something or the price that should be charged for something”.

Simple Money Symbol by Mikeware

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Here are some examples the were given by oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com

  1.  Tickets cost ten dollars each.
  2. Have you costed out these proposals yet?

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