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WHICH IS THE CORRECT SENTENCE?

STAY TUNE FOR MORE IN INFORMATION.

OR

STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFORMATION.


The second sentence is correct.

Stay = command verb (understood subject)
tuned = past participle used as an adjective -- predicate adjective.

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