Which is correct:
"Do you have any update?" or "I am just back from holidays"?

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Do you have any update?

This phrase is not correct. Don't use it.

Updates are countable items, so the plural form of the word should be used when paired with any.

Preferred Form:
Do you have any updates?

I am just back from holidays

48 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • I am just back from holidays in Normandy, France. Two weeks of beautiful weather and beautiful food – now it's time to hit the gym, oh boy! Chouquettes are  ...
  • Feb 10, 2015 ... I am just back from holidays so just catching up. The first thing to note is that Planning Permission has not been approved. After my meeting with ...
  • "I am just back from holidays at the Caleton Blanco apartments. I thought they were wonderful, the staff were friendly, the apartments were clean and tidy and the ...
  • Jan 9, 2013 ... I am just back from holidays and catching up on what has been making news whilst I have been away. The item that caught my attention was an ...
A complete search of the internet has found that "I am just back from holidays" is the most popular phrase on the web.

Last updated: December 25, 2017

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