1 2

"for your information" or "for your reference"

which is better to add?


Here, we have attached the forms.

"Is it Correct sentence"?

Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.

Here, we have attached the forms.

I'd just say eg Here are the forms.


Please find attached files relate to SST in this email for your information.

Don't state the obvious. Keep it brief.

eg Here are some SST files, for your information.

for your information means that you are not expecting him to do anything specific with these files, eg approve them.

Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?