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  1. Newbie
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    It informs people the events that they would otherwise know little about

    "It informs people the events that they would otherwise know little about"
    Is this correct in grammar?

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    Re: It informs people the events that they would otherwise know little about

    No- it starts with a preposition referring to an unknown thing, and you should inform people of/about, most likely about here.

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