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Find and correct the mistake: The missing man’s family is looking for anyone who has information about his activity.

The mistake here is activity -> activities, right?
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upFind and correct the mistake: The missing man’s family is looking for anyone who has information about his activity.The mistake here is activity -> activities, right? No.
The missing man’s family is looking for anyone who has information about his whereabouts.
There is one sentence similiar:

The missing man's family is desperately seeking anyone has information about his activities

And the mistake here is has-> who has, not activities.
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upThere is one sentence similiar:The missing man's family is desperately seeking anyone has information about his activitiesAnd the mistake here is has-> who has, not activities.
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Yoong Liat who has
Yes. The correct sentence is The missing man's family is desperately seeking anyone who has information about his activities.

So, my sentence "The missing man's family is looking for anyone who has information about his activities" is correct, right?
upSo, my sentence "The missing man's family is looking for anyone who has information about his activities" is correct, right?
Your sentence is grammatically correct. However, the missing man's family will be concerned about his whereabouts. The members will certainly want to know where he is, not what he is doing.
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Ok, thank you anyway. At least, it is a correct sentence.Emotion: clap