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    An information approach or an informative approach??

    Now I am not sure of the difference between these two expressions. If there is any: "An information approach" or "an informative approach".

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

    On the face of it "An information approach" doesn't make much sense. What is the context?

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    On the face of it "An information approach" doesn't make much sense. What is the context?
    After a brief paragraph as an explanation or introduction to a subject, I need to express that it is just an approach to it. An information approach?

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

    I consider it a synopsis instead of an approach, but I am not a teacher.

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

    @AlbertBel: Can you show us the sentence you have in mind?

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

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    @AlbertBel: Can you show us the sentence you have in mind?
    Well, a paragraph displaying some information about the usual requirements to become a doctor, as an introduction. Then an additional paragraph would explain that the information above was just an approach to the complete information, which could be accessed through a link.

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

    Do you mean the brief information is a hyperlink to the complete information?

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

    "was just an introduction to the complete information, which could be accessed through a link."

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    "was just an introduction to the complete information, which could be accessed through a link."
    Ok, introduction to the complete information. But the problem is that the complete information is different in some parts and details, so perhaps "introduction" would not be the exact term to define it. What about "... just a general description of..."?

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    Re: An information approach or an informative approach??

    I think "introduction" is fine. No, "information approach" is not correct English.

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