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    #1

    which is correct

    which is correct:

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    IMPORTANT INFORMATIONS

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    Re: which is correct

    Either's fine!

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    Re: which is correct

    Quote Originally Posted by francycham View Post
    which is correct:

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    IMPORTANT INFORMATIONS
    The first is correct. The second is not.
    "information" is an uncountable noun.


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    Re: which is correct

    Look here:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...h-grammar.html

    "Information" is almost always a non-countable noun. We don't say one information, two informations, etc. We use words such as some, much, any, etc. Non-countable nouns do not take the plural form.

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    #5

    Re: which is correct

    We can also say piece of information.
    I've one or two useful pieces of information to pass on to you.

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