I am concerned. First business is bad, then I have to work overtime every day this week and now I am owed a month's salary. Time to get a new job I think.
Isn't "my salary" unnecessary in this sentence? If you simply said, "My boss didn't pay me last month" it would be understood that you were referring to your salary. What else would the boss be paying you?
True, have you reported it?
As far as I understand, in China salaries are typically talked about on a monthly basis rather than yearly. Thus "salary" is used here. But I do agree it sounds weird.
"My boss didn't pay me my salary last month" reported 14th December 2018.
...and again on 28th January 2019.
Why "didn't /did not pay me last month" is wrong??????
"my boss didn't pay me last month" should be accepted, far more natural
Last month my boss did not pay my salary is marked wrong?
Reported that "My boss hasn't paid me my last month's wages."
It sounds like laobanshang geyue
The official answer was "My boss didn't pay my salary last month."
I put "My boss did not pay my salary last month" and was marked as incorrect. Reported as of 2020-07-04
my boss did not give me salary the last month...should be accepted... literal translation
What a stupid owl
"didn't pay me my salary last month."
"didn't pay my last month salary."
Dont all other options except the one you chose.
Ignore " Minor ENGLISH Grammar Flaws".