What's more idiomatic* * in context of rent, to **pay the rent or give the rent?
Example: Jon rents an appartment and he wants to say (to) his homeowner that he'll pay or give the monthly rent earlier this month.
Hello Mr. Boris, It is Jon. I wanted to inform you that this month I'm going to pay / to give the rent earlier, becaause I'll not be in the city on the fixed date (by fixed day I mean to the date that every month I should pay him.)
What's more idiomatic in rent? (Pay or give the rent) ent? (Pay or give the rent)