(n.b.: When you say “another repeat,” you’re implying the existence of at least three of whatever you’re talking about, the original, the repeat, and the another.) Anyway, I’m sure I mentioned this solecism in the past, but I can’t find a single post about it. So maybe I need to, um, repeat the lesson!
Don’t say, “try and [do something]”
Say “try to [do the something].”
Here are a couple comics. One gets it right and one gets it wrong.
Maybe the rabbit needs better grammar more than he needs a shower!
Try to google n.b. if you don’t know what it means.