singular or plural?

Stephanie C1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

singular or plural?

During the exercise, the correct phrase was given as "toutes informations supplémentaires", but in the post-test summary it was "toute information supplémentaire". I think the plural form is correct. Am I right?

Asked 7 months ago
AurélieKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Stéphanie !

Here, the only valid answer is the singular "toute information supplémentaire", especially as in the audio, the liaison is clearly made between "toute" and "information" :) It's also the colloquial expression, as here "toute" is used as "any information".

I had a look through the exercise, and couldn't find anywhere where the plural version was displayed, do you remember where it might have occurred?

Cordialement

singular or plural?

During the exercise, the correct phrase was given as "toutes informations supplémentaires", but in the post-test summary it was "toute information supplémentaire". I think the plural form is correct. Am I right?

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