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    Good Morning,

    I'd like to know how to structure correctly the verb "To send", I was told that the right constructions was:

    1. Subject + send + somebody + something
    or
    2. Subject + send + something + TO somebody

    But a person told me that the "English" structure is:

    3. Subject + send + TO somebody + something.

    Is construction n. 3 also right?

    I hope to have been clear enough.
    Thank you,
    Ally

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    Hi ally, no. The English structure is one or two. Three is incorrect.

    cheers

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