Hello

Which one is correct?

- Fill this information.

- Fill these information.

Thanks & Regards
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Hi,

Which one is correct?

- Fill this information.

- Fill these information.

Say 'this'.

In addition, 'fill' is not a correct verb here. We say 'fill out a form', and 'fill out this information' would also be acceptable. Instead of 'fill out', you could say 'complete'.

Rather oddly, for a form you can use 'fill in' as well as 'fill out'.

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
which one is correct

I will put you on her (meaning I will let let you talk to her )

I will put you on to her
Hi,

which one is correct

I will put you on her (meaning I will let let you talk to her ) No

I will put you on to her Yes, you could say this. It's idiomatic.

Best wishes, Clive

PS - Please start a new thread next time.Emotion: smile
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1) Information is singular so you can't use these information, only this and that never these or those:-)

2) Fill isn't the proper verb form. Fill in (BrE) or fill out (AE).
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