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    Default writing you vs. writing to you

    Good morning,

    I'm correcting a letter that one of my business students has to send to another company and he wrote "I'm writing you about...". I know I've heard this many times and it actually sounds good but, isn't "I'm writing to you about..." better? Please help!

    Thank you,

    Marisa
    Last edited by marisa1rodriguez; 30-Oct-2007 at 10:30. Reason: misspelling

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