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    Message from ericaaaa posted on 27-01-2021 at 04:31:18 (D | E | F)
    Could you help me please?

    1. The original sentence:
    And renewable energy offers a path to cheaper power, generated at home, as well as a source of industrial employment and innovation.

    2. My question:
    (1) Does the sub-sentence(generated at home) cut the (which is)? I mean, in a normal complete form, it's "xxxx a path to cheaper power which is generated at home".
    (2) The "a source of industrial employment and innovation". Does it belong to the "energy offers" or "a path to".
    That is "renewable energy offers a source of xxxx" or "xxxx offers a path to a source of indusxxxx".
    Actually, I think they both make sense.

    Thank you for your kind answers

    Edited by lucile83 on 27-01-2021 09:21

    Re: Sentence/passive from gerondif, posted on 27-01-2021 at 16:05:54 (D | E)
    Question 1: Yes.
    Question 2: a source of is object to "offers".

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