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How would you say:

A further ¥2000 will be added to your bill.

Is it:

お会計に追加2000円は付けられます。

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  • A possible formal expression could be 追加料金, which means additional fee (but notice that it doesn't apply to all scenarios) Sep 22, 2016 at 15:35
  • Do you want to sound polite/formal (like a shop clerk would say to a customer), or casual? (かかります would not sound very polite. We have more formal/polite ways to say that)
    – chocolate
    Sep 23, 2016 at 3:38

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A further ¥2000 will be added to your bill. would usually be said as あと¥2000かかります。 or more politely, お会計はあと¥2000かかります。

Source : experience

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