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    Strange for me & Strange to me

    Hi, can anyone tell me what the difference is in these two sentences?

    Itís not strange for me that he would come late.
    Itís not strange to me that he would come late.

    Thanks!

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    #2

    Re: Strange for me & Strange to me

    They mean the same thing. The second sentence is a bit more natural.

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    Re: Strange for me & Strange to me

    Thanks for the quick reply!

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