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    give to me/give me

    In this sentence should I use 'give to me ' or 'give me '?

    This is the best compliment someone could ever give me or give to me.

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    Re: give to me/give me

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    In this sentence should I use 'give to me ' or 'give me '?

    This is the best compliment someone could ever give me or give to me.
    In that sentence, either one is fine.

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    Re: give to me/give me

    Why 'give to me' is possible? Is it because is in the passive form?

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