Thanks for your help on my last question....Can you help with this one? (I have a whole book full of these things to fill in but untill I'm sure of where they're coming from and what the meanings are I am not confident enough to fill them in. They are confusing but in a very subtle way)

I know the mistake in the following exchange is adding the 's' to the end of information, but not entirely sure why this is or how to word what is wrong with it.

"I'd like some informations about your courses"
"Certainly, here's our brochure"

I dont think there are any other faults in this exchange other than the one I have picked up - but again, this might possibly be open to interprutation?

Can anybody help?


You have found the mistake, the 's' at the end of information. This is because information is a non-count noun.