more precise information

Discussion in 'English Only' started by ash_dav03, Sep 30, 2008.

  1. ash_dav03 Banned

    From India
    Here is my phrase

    If you don’t have something more precise information to tell us, we will take into account AAAAA’s explanation and will reestablish business with them.

    Can I say ‘don’t have something more precise information to tell us’ do not sound good.
  2. Dimcl Senior Member

    British Columbia, Canada
    Canadian English
    "something more precise information" is incorrect. You can either delete "something" or delete "information" and the sentence would be correct. By the way, it's "re-establish", with a hyphen.
  3. bibliolept

    bibliolept Senior Member

    Northern California
    AE, Español
    This would be idiomatic: "some (more) precise information to give/tell us."
  4. Wrpword Senior Member

    Could anybody confirm me that the phrase mentioned above would possibly mean or can be as listed below :-1. A car is driven by his friend. 2. A car has been driven by his frind. 3. A car was driven by his friend. 4. A car is / was being driven by his friend.(past participle clause)Thank you!

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