When you change the tense of verbs ending with 'y', the 'y' changes to 'i' and the 'e' disappears. Paid is right and payed is incorrect. So when one gives another tit for tat, you can rephrase and say, 'paid back in the same coin.' Not 'payed back in the same coin.'
Juggling rehab and school- that's what Hugo Rubirosa had been doing for a year and a half after becoming paralyzed during a wrestling match. But all that hard work payed off Wednesday night as he graduated from Jacksonville High School.
Advocates for the elderly and children are urging Rhode Island lawmakers to approve paid time off for workers who have to care for a new child or ill loved one. Groups including Rhode Island Kids Count ...
on June 12, 2013 Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News
Who says the fashion industry doesn't pay? New research shows Burberry ( BBRYF ) boss Angela Ahrendts was the highest paid CEO in the U.K. last year, raking in a total of £16.9 million ($26.3 million).