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1. I took out my cigarettes and offerred him one.
2. The old man then offered something to eat to the little boy .
3. An old man offered me to go to his house
4. The coat had been offered to me by my wife on my birthday.
1. I took out my cigarettes and offered him one.
2. The old man then offered the little boy something to eat.
3. An old man Invited me to go to his house.
4. The coat had been given to me by my wife on my birthday.
1. offer, offering, offered, offered (ONLY ONE r)
2. With offer, the indirect object ('the little boy') comes before the direct object ('something to eat') UNLESS the direct object is a pronoun or Is much shorter than the indirect object: 'I offered the apple to the little girl sitting in the corner.'
3. offer to do something (for someone) � express willingness to do something: 'She offered to help me.'
invite (someone) to (do) something � ask (someone) to a social occasion: 'He i nvited her to the party.'
4. Something that is offered may or may not be accepted: 'I offered her a cigarette, but she didn't want one.'
Something that is given (such as a birthday present) is accepted: 'I gave her a cigarette and then lit it for her.'