Julia and Sammy enjoy their meal, but there's a problem. How is Sammy going to pay for it?

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Yes I have a couple of years ago me my wife her mum and my friend, but I didn't have enough so I had to ask my friend which was really embarrassing.

I have never had so incidents. I always try to have enough money when I'm going to buy something or pay for something

I have a question this time. At the end of this dialogue, a waitress said to Julia, "Thank you, Madam." But she is young and single, so I thought she should say "Thank you, Ms(or Miss)" instead. Do you agree? or Is it common in Britain to say "Madam" to any woman? Please let me know.

Hello Tomoaki Hachiya,

She could also have said 'Ms' or 'Miss', and probably most of the time you're right, 'Madam' would not be used, but it is not incorrect: 'Madam' can be used in situations when we want to be polite, so it is appropriate in restaurants, particularly fancier establishments.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Thanks a lot. Your comment is detailed and really kind, more than dictionaries available for me. Thank you again and I appreciate your support!

It was one time. After having a drink at coffee shop. I and my friend wanted to pay but I found i let all my money at home, so i said, i'll pay at next time.

I'll pay. This is my gift to you :))

It's a really embarassing situation when a guy can't pay for a meal with his girlfriend. This is happened to me once.

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