In which cases "to" should be used after say or said ?
Always in conjunction with the object, e.g. "He said to me..."
Where the "to" is generally used with ask ? It isn't.
Should we say " the report would be sent you tomorrow" ??
This would be acceptable in BrE, but AmE prefers "...sent to you..."
i mean to say the uses of "to" in these verbs...
Also let me know which among the following are correct
I said to him Correct
I said you No. "I said to you" or "I told you".
You said Ram No. "You said to Ram" or "You told Ram".
You said to Mr.Ray Correct ("You told Mr. Ray" would also work.)
He says to Paul Correct
He says Robin No. "He says to Robin" or "He tells Robin".
I asked you Correct
You asked me Correct
I asked to the police man No. "I asked the policeman."
I asked the man Correct
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