Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Information"

The meaning of "Information" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does information which contributes to the author's notoriety mean?
A: Knowledge that makes the writer more famous
Q: What does ask me if you need further information mean?
A: no problem, here you go!
Q: What does I have attached our information packet for you to review. mean?
A: There is a missing word "I have attached our information packet in the ___ for you to review" but to make it easy to understand "I have put our information or data packet (Example: Date of birth, car license etc) in ___ for you to review or read"
Q: What does More importantly, the information you see is legally controlled by the individual entities and not mine to disclose. mean?
A: In this context it is talking about someone else's (person 1's) information so they (person 2) cannot talk about it as it isn't theirs. Example someone asked you for your friends phone number but you couldn't give it out as it is not yours to disclose
Q: What does The information provided by drug companies is of little use to doctors. mean?
A: Although "is of" is quite a common phrase, "of" isn't really doing anything here.

"The information provided by drug companies is little use to doctors." would mean the same.

"Is of" just sounds a bit better.

Example sentences using "Information"

Q: Please show me example sentences with For your information.
A: FYI is used when you are telling someone that they are wrong about a particular. Example: For your information I have been working here for a long time and I deserve a promotion.

"I love Italian cooking, but FYI, my husband is allergic to garlic." In other words, don't serve Italian food with garlic when we come to visit.

"Alice is a good person. FYI, see the email I just sent you." (It contains some information about Alice that is not so good).
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'real information'.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with I don't understand what does mean of that information bubble. I'm confused 😑 Can you help me to understand it? .
A: Singular is one thing.
Plural is more than one thing.

One dog. (Singular)
Two dogs. (Plural)
So plural has 's'

One dog is playing.
Two dogs are playing.

The dog has one bone.
The dogs have one bone.
The dogs have two bones.
Q: Please show me example sentences with you should give me your private information before I give you my private information.
A: boy: hey, pretty.how can i have your phone number?

girl: that's so impolite of you! it's you who should give your private information before i give mine to you.
Q: Please show me example sentences with many or much information? .
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Synonyms of "Information" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between some informations and some information ?
A: information is an uncountable noun...so without 's'
Q: What is the difference between about (e.g. I need some information about Korean history) and on (e.g. I need some information on Korean history) ?
A: "On" (in this usage) is a mote conversational use, and both of these words are conversational :)
Q: What is the difference between information of and information on ?
A: I usually use and hear "information on" more than "information of."

information on - ~についての資料
This is information on the Holocaust.

information of - ~(形容詞) 資料
This is information of utmost importance.
This is information of little relevance.
Q: What is the difference between information and indication ?
A: Information means facts provided or learned something or someone

Indication mean a sign or piece of information that indicates something

Example : the visit was an indication of the improvement in relations between the countries

A vital piece of information
Q: What is the difference between I might as well not disclose that information. and I would rather not disclose that information. ?
A: 'Might as well not' implies that you were going to but have been given a reason to not do it and so you change your mind, or more accurately, you don't want to change but you realise you should. 'Would rather not' implies that you feel you don't want to do it, usually for personal reasons, and you would use this if someone asked you to do it:

P1: "Can you do this for me?"
P2: "I would rather not..."

Translations of "Information"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I think I gave you the wrong information. I'll tell you it again. I want to say it like I say frist. so please forget it.
A: Sorry, I think I gave you the wrong information. I'll tell you the right one, please don't mind my first information.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? information or informations
A: There is no such thing as plural meaning of "information".
It’s not a count noun. Information is a mass noun, like air or water or rice or flour or courage. Or news.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? An information heard from someone. Especially with high certainty.
A: According to Oxford's dictionary "rumor" and "hearsay" have the same meaning, and they are synonyms.
The only differences, which I noticed was the country of origin of these words, 'rumor' came from France, and 'hearsay' is an English word by itself.
So, there are no differences between 'rumor' and 'hearsay' in certainty.
And if you talk about unconfirmed information you may use 'rumor', 'hearsay' or more informal ones like 'gossips' or 'tattle'.
If you mean an information which is expected to be true, you may use 'report', 'evidence', 'message' or "somebody's words"
As think, in such situation it also can be used Complex subject structure (for example ("He is said to be fall in love" which means "[Everybody] says that he fell in love" or "it's a well-known fact that he fell in love".
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? is my English correct?
could I have any information about your lost article?
A: Could I have _some_ information about your lost article?

Can you give me any information about your lost article?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I want to know the meaning→ Then have all the information you need at hand, including your bank account number and driver's license number.
A: うん、つまり「全ての必要な情報を持ってきてください」。"bank account number"や"driver's license number"などは必要なものです。

Other questions about "Information"

Q: "if you need some informations you can contact them via email " Does this sound natural?
A: If you need further information, you can ...
Q: i'm yet to be given any information wbout the conference. Does this sound natural?
A: *awkward. and that sentence works too!
Q: "i'm yet given any information about the conference." Does this sound natural?
A: I didn't give any information about (at) the conference.
Q: I need to get a information about activities and have to enjoy that as long as I stay here. Does this sound natural?
A: ​​I need to get information about different activities I could enjoy while I stay here.
Q: Can we say more information or much information or both? if both, why do we do that although it is uncountable noun?
A: More information.

You can't say much information unless you said:

"Too much information"
"This is so much more information"

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