You can't mix 'to offer [something] and [to do something]'
The shop offers a rebate => ok
The shop offers to refund your purchases within 30 days=> ok
The shop offers a rebate and to refund your purchases within 30 days => wrong.
The error in this sentence is A. Why is A wrong? If i want to use a exclamation mark, how do i yse it then?
The error in this sentence is B. Why is B correct? Why isn't C wrong? Why doesn't it have a comma before "who"? Edit: actually, i think i know why B contains and error. It is b/c of the excessive use of "to".
The error in this sentence is B. Why? "..occured in Victoria recently.." so this sentence should be in present tensee? "when a cougar is spied freely.." <-- doesn't "is" mean present tense? " if i used "was", then it would mean past tense? So why is B wrong?
1: I don't know :-(
2: ...prior to our disembarking...
4: strange sentence! ...the tourists instead of... (not sure of this one)
5: Scientists, (missing comma)
6: was spied. You need a past tense, because of 'such a time'.
"...and may switch to the sport full-time if he ever tires of bikes." <--what does the sentence mean if i add "gets" between "ever" and "tires"? How come i don't need "gets" for this sentence and it makes sense?