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  1. sky3120's Avatar
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    #1

    For me / to me

    Hello, I have been thankful to all here for what I have gotten so far. Thanks a million again. Today I would like to know if there is a huge meaning difference between "It is difficult to me" and "It is difficult for me" I know there are many writings about it, but I still do not get it. Please help me again.

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    Re: For me / to me

    I would use only 'for'.

    I'd use 'to' in a construction such as It is difficult (for me) to read.

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    #3

    Re: For me / to me

    Wow, you have finally come back!! Thanks for the great answer all the time.

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