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vijai anand

(i was already informed to you..)is this sentence correct sir

Crawford Kilian

We would not say "I was informed to you." We would say "I was informed by you." Better yet, we would go from the passive voice to the active: "You informed me." Only three words instead of five!

If we are giving the information, instead of receiving it, we would say "I informed you."

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