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 Are both correct?
what differnce do they have?
i just guessed if i use 'on' it should be put sentence next 'on' not just word.

1.I trust that I have given you some information on the car.

2. I trust that I have given you some information for the car.

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 Are both correct?
what differnce do they have?
i just guessed if i use 'on' it should be put sentence next 'on' not just word.

1.I trust that I have given you some information on the car.

2. I trust that I have given you some information for the car.
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