what is the basic difference between for me and to me
Yes, it depends on context. But in general, as I know, 'to' is connected with motion or direction,it is used more after verbs ('COME to me'). 'For me' has the different meaning - it is 'a present for ME', ' it's not interesting for ME', so 'for' refers to an object.
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