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Hello, I want to know if the commas before 'and' are both necessary. I think the comma before the first 'and' is writer's choice and the comma before the last 'and' needs to be there.
"Whoever is revealed as the winner, I give you the news of free lifelong parking outside the store, and you shall also be rewarded by us with a voucher, and this voucher will be equal to give hundred pounds."
The whole sentence needs rephrasing. Consider this:
'The winner of the competition/raffle will get free lifelong parking outside the store and a store voucher for £100'.
Last edited by Rover_KE; 04-Feb-2016 at 18:23.