Could you help menwith two questions?
1) Would you use the inifitive or the gerund in these sentences?
"I will spend my Money on the house rather than take a vacation"
"Rather than care/caring for her, you dumped her in the back seat and just drove around"
"Rather than add/adding value, financial engineers often extract as much as they can"
2) Do you say "arrive at school/work", don't you? Then why, in a Boston Globe article, they wrote "Many buses still arriving late TO school"?