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    #1

    send me vs. send to me

    What is the difference between:

    - I will send you a letter
    - I will send to you a letter
    ?

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    #2

    Re: send me vs. send to me

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky_K View Post
    What is the difference between:

    - I will send you a letter
    - I will send to you a letter
    ?
    I will send you a letter = I will a letter to you
    It's wrong to say I will say send to you a letter

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    #3

    Re: send me vs. send to me

    I'd use:
    I will send you a letter
    I will send a letter to you.

    And there's no real difference.

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