Our company finds it difficult to word the notice indicating that infants under certain ages are either "free" or go at "half-price".
What should we use? "Free child age?" or ...? we're not native english talker so it make it lot harder...
I'm not sure what tags should be used. I will leave it up to the moderator to decide if more should be added.
First i asked this question on another forum "english.stackexchange.com", and they told me that i should ask it here, i also share our Q&A up to now:
This would be better asked on the EL Learners site. But "Under 10s - half price; Under 5s - free" sounds alright to me. – WS2
@WS2 first does stack have another section for english? second, it's like key value field, which ask the user to enter the age which system should consider to be free or half price... like: Q: A , Question always is on the left hand side and the Answer is on the right hand side – deadManN
Anyway, I would go with something like "Maximum age for half price". – Mr Lister 4 mins ago
it'a a little long but i'm wonder if there is a better answer, also it's harder for the child with no cost, also note that we should note it to user that we meant infant or child or adult( as we saw many of them, who don't get a thing after explaining things to them... Let me move my Question – deadManN