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I'm still confused about the use of determiners.

Are the following sentences both correct? If so, is there a difference of meaning in the two?

- The brochure omitted the information on what the sign was about.

- The brochure omitted information on what the sign was about.

Thank you for your time.
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Hi,

I say they're both correct. The information assumes either you know what information they're talking about or you can count on the sentence to make it clear. It would mean the necessary information to tell what the sign was about was completely missing.

The second one could mean some/any/all information. Without more context you can't tell. All three choices could be interpreted to mean there was no information. Some could also be interpreted to mean only part of the information was lacking.

- A.
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Thank you, Avangi.