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I'm wondering how to select between "to infinitive or -ing" in sentence properly.
Your invoice has been modified [to reflect vs reflecting in] the change to this month's order
In this sentence, right answer is "to reflect". But I'm wondering why "reflecting in" cannot be selected.
What if just "reflecting (without "in")"? this can be right answer in that sentence?
I would thank you for your help.
This is a whole paragrah.
As you requested over the phone on 5 November, we checked the monthly order of food supplies you submitted through our Web site on 2 November. As you had noted, the order did indeed include ten jars of mayonnaise more than you had specified. As a result, on 8 November, we addressed this issue, which we acknowledge was our fault. On that date, we deducted ten units from your order. Your invoice has been modified [to reflect vs reflecting in] the change to this month's order, and this has been enclosed with this letter. Please accept our apologies for the error. Your item should arrive by 15 November as you requested.