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    offer information

    Please tell me if it is correct to say "offer information" in the following context:

    The official website of the company offers information about the brand for its partners and end users.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: offer information

    Quote Originally Posted by Larisa_rog View Post
    Please tell me if it is correct to say "offer information" in the following context:

    The official website of the company offers information about the brand for its partners and end users.

    Thanks in advance.
    I would use "gives information".

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    Re: offer information

    Quote Originally Posted by Larisa_rog View Post
    Please tell me if it is correct to say "offer information" in the following context:

    The official website of the company offers information about the brand for its partners and end users.

    Thanks in advance.
    But yes, it is correct.

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    Re: offer information

    Or provides information

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