I informed this incident from him.

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I informed this incident from him.

   Name of the guards who do the duty on 26/07/11 at 5:55 pm.

These two sentence is correct?

 

asked Jul 29 '11 at 10:52 Shaikh Asaduzzaman New member

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First sentence should read:
I informed him of this incident.

'Inform' means to give (not recieve) facts or information.

 

Second sentence should read:

Name of the guards who were on duty on 26/07/11 at 5:55 pm.

 

present = do, past = did.
Instead of 'did duty' we say a guard is either "on duty" (working) or "off duty" (not working).

 

link answered Jul 29 '11 at 11:52 Tristan Currie New member

Great post! KimberlyAug 01 '11 at 19:02

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