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Hello all.

I've encountered with 5 different ways of saying, but I don't know which one is correct. Could you help me know it?( What is the alternative way of saying know in such a situation? Acknowledge?)

1-) For those of you who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.

2-) For those who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.

3-) To those of you who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.

4-) To those who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.

5-) Those who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.

Only the fifth one looks/sounds wrong to me. I have no idea about the others. Emotion: sad

Thanks.
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#1 and #2 are OK. #3 and #4 are spoken, but 'to' is misused in that sentence structure. #5 is wrong structure.
NugsoCould you help me know it?
You're right to think that this is not an idiomatic use of "know". We would say one of these:

I don't know which one is correct. Can you help me?
I don't know which one is correct. Can you help me determine [ the correct one / which (one) is correct ]?
I don't know which one is correct. Can you help me choose [ the correct one / which (one) is correct ]?
I don't know which one is correct. Can you [ tell me / let me know ] which (one) is correct?

I would use the first one. I think it's the best.

CJ
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Nugso1-) For those of you who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.2-) For those who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.
The difference between those two is that in #2, the people who missed the meeting may not be present at this conversation.
Thank you very much both Mister Micawber and CalifJim and sorry for the late reply. I felt asleep. Emotion: yawn
Also, I'd like to add this;

For those of who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.

Is this one correct as well?
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NugsoFor those of who missed the meeting, there will be another one within a week.
No, that is not a possible structure.
Thank you very much again Mister Micawber. I also want to know which sentence you would choose if you faced with such a situation.
I have already told you: #1 and #2 are OK
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