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Hello

Which one is correct?

- Fill this information.

- Fill these information.

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Hi,

Which one is correct?

- Fill this information.

- Fill these information.

Say 'this'.

In addition, 'fill' is not a correct verb here. We say 'fill out a form', and 'fill out this information' would also be acceptable. Instead of 'fill out', you could say 'complete'.

Rather oddly, for a form you can use 'fill in' as well as 'fill out'.

Best wishes, Clive
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which one is correct

I will put you on her (meaning I will let let you talk to her )

I will put you on to her
Hi,

which one is correct

I will put you on her (meaning I will let let you talk to her ) No

I will put you on to her Yes, you could say this. It's idiomatic.

Best wishes, Clive

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1) Information is singular so you can't use these information, only this and that never these or those:-)

2) Fill isn't the proper verb form. Fill in (BrE) or fill out (AE).
Kathrin1) Information is singular so you can't use these information, only this and that never these or those:-)

Information is uncountable makes more sense.