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    Default I furnished school supplies for/to the students.

    1. I furnished the students with school supplies.

    2. I furnished school supplies to the students.

    3. I furnished school supplies for the students.



    Are all the sentences same in meaning?

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    Default Re: I furnished school supplies for/to the students.

    Yes, but 'provided' would be more natural than 'furnished'.

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