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    yammiii Guest

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    I am wondering how to use a verb "to pass"

    he passed you my contact number

    or

    he passed to you my contact number

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: 'to pass'

    He (has) passed my contact number to you
    He passed [to] you my contact number.

    It is a very common reversal and omission.

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