Inform of and inform on
What is the difference between inform of and inform on?
THe slight difference between these two phrases implies the direction of information..
To be informed of - means person A was told something from person B
To inform on - means person B told person A something.
I was informed of John's actions.
Dave informed on John's actions.
Neither of those sentences are the best way to put it (they sounds very odd to me), but I hope it made the meaning clearer.
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