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Please correct me with an appropriate example, if the below sentence finds not correct.

If the below sentence finds not correct, please correct me with an appropriate example.(Please check the order of the sentence)

I am going on vacation by this week end for two weeks.

By this weekend I am going on vacation for two weeks.

I am not getting the solution of my problem

I am not getting the solution for my problem

This document contains the information about the new product

This document contains the information of the new product

Thanks in advance

Seker
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1. This weekend I am going on vacation for two weeks. (by this weekend means before this weekend, you will have completed something before this weekend).

I am not getting the solution to my problem (for is also possible but to is better).

This document contains the information about/on the new product. (If you were talking about specific, expected information, otherwise: This document contains information about the new product)/
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I understood as : "the solution to the problem" means "the answer (the state of being solved) to the problem" and "the solution of the problem" means "action of solving the problem". Was I wrong?

paco
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use "solution of" when you want to dissolve something into something :

a solution of salf in water ; a solution of sugar in tea.

It is correct: I am not getting the solution to my problem .
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