Correct please.

  1. See my photo. Look that is my mother and father with me standing between them.
    1a. See my photo. Look, these are my mother and father and I am standing between them.

Let me check the petrol level in the tank. I think the petrol is over(=empty).
I have got full petrol in the tank.
I have got the tank with full petrol.
My fuel tank is full (with petrol).
I can offer you a litre to you scooter and you can manage by it.
Please correct.

Where are these odd sentences coming from?

  1. See my photo. Look, that is my mother and father, with me standing between them.
    1a. See my photo. Look, these (people) are my mother and father, and I am standing between them.
  2. Let me check the petrol level in the tank. I think the tank is empty.
    I have got a full tank of petrol.
    The tank is full of petrol.
    I have filled the tank with petrol.
    My fuel tank is full.
    I can offer you a litre of fuel for your scooter and you will have to manage with it.

Are they incorrect?
I have got full petrol in the tank.
I have got the tank with full petrol.
2.
Can I write as below?:
I can offer you a litre of fuel to your scooter.

  1. They are ungrammatical.

  2. The correct preposition is β€˜for’.

Beeesneees,
β€œ1. See my photo. Look, that is my mother and father, with me standing between them.”
Is this sentence correct? Is subject and verb agreement OK?
Please confirm.

See message #2

Beeesneees,
I could find your message #2.
Your reply is given below:

  1. See my photo. Look, that is my mother and father, with me standing between them.
    1a. See my photo. Look, these (people) are my mother and father, and I am standing between them.
  2. Let me check the petrol level in the tank. I think the tank is empty.
    I have got a full tank of petrol.
    The tank is full of petrol.
    I have filled the tank with petrol.
    My fuel tank is full.
    I can offer you a litre of fuel for your scooter and you will have to manage with it.
    The #2 refers to petrol only.
    Please help me.

You have just quoted message#2 in its entirety. Please look at the 4th line down, numbered 1.

Beeesneees,

  1. See my photo. Look, that is my mother and father, with me standing between them.
    Is this sentence OK grammatically?

I have already directed you to the answer to this twice!