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    for your reference

    I'm thinking about that what ones should be correct.

    1. There is the latest update for your reference.

    2. There is the latest update to your reference.

    3. There are the latest update for your reference.

    4. There are the latest update to your reference.

    I have no idea which ones should be correct.
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    #2

    Re: for your reference

    Do you use is or are to refer to a single thing?
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    #3

    Re: for your reference

    Where is "there"?
    It is "for your reference".
    I am wondering which one is correct.
    I am not a teacher or a native speaker.

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    Re: for your reference

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    Do you use is or are to refer to a single thing?

    You answer me here are four wrong sentences.
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    #5

    Re: for your reference

    Quote Originally Posted by Polyester View Post
    You answer me here are four wrong sentences.
    I don't understand that. Sentence 1 and 2 are possible if you use "here" instead of "there".
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    Re: for your reference

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    I don't understand that. Sentence 1 and 2 are possible if you use "here" instead of "there".

    I think I have found the answer.
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    #7

    Re: for your reference

    Quote Originally Posted by Polyester View Post
    I'm thinking about that what ones should beWhich of the following sentences is correct?

    1. There is the latest update for your reference.

    2. There is the latest update to your reference.

    3. There are the latest update for your reference.

    4. There are the latest update to your reference.

    I have no idea which ones should be are correct.
    Are you using "your reference" to mean "your information/record", or are you actually referring to some reference (document) being updated? I know the latter is unlikely, but I'd like to rule it out.

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    Re: for your reference

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Are you using "your reference" to mean "your information/record", or are you actually referring to some reference (document) being updated? I know the latter is unlikely, but I'd like to rule it out.
    Hi teacher,
    I try to describe to you. My staff have found the latest document to share other staff by an e-mail. He tried to say "There is a latest update for your reference."
    I didn't know is it correct or not.
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    #9

    Re: for your reference

    Quote Originally Posted by Polyester View Post
    Hi teacher,
    I try to describe to you. My staff have found the latest document to share other staff by an e-mail. He said"There is a latest update for your reference."
    I didn't know is it correct or not.
    I would simply say:

    Here is the latest update.

    Or:

    This is the latest update for XXX program.
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    Re: for your reference

    Quote Originally Posted by Polyester View Post
    Hi teacher,
    I'll try to describe the situation to you. One of my staff have found the latest document to share with other staff by an e- email. He tried to say "There is a latest update for your reference."
    I didn't know is if/whether it is correct or not.
    No. It is not correct. Say "Here is the latest update, for your reference".

    Note that we use "there" and "that" for something distant (in time or space).
    Note also that "for your reference" (not "to your reference) is the usual set phrase.

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