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    #1

    Regarding detail

    Which is Correct and why?

    Would you send me detailed information about .....?
    Would you send me detail information about ... ?

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    Re: Regarding detail

    Detailed.

    When a verb is used as an adjective like, you use the past participle ("-ed" form for regular verbs).

    Frosted donuts, not frost donuts. Iced tea, not ice tea. Broken windows, not broke windows.

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