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    to/towards

    Hello,

    Recently I was watching a picture (photo) of my grandmother with two of her children - my father and his brother (my uncle). After taling a quick look at this picture I've realized how strongly she loved them. Can I say as follows: "This picture tells us that the woman shows a lot of love and tenderness to/towards her little children". Which preposition is correct?

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    Re: to/towards

    Oh, well... for her children is good. Shows a lot of () for her children.
    Towards would be better than to, though.

    Notteacher

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