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    Object pronoun or "to" + object pronoun

    Hi, I'm very confused about when to say an object pronoun or when I need to say "to" and then the object pronoun. For eample:-

    I told her a joke.
    I said to her that I would see her tomorrow.
    Can you remind me?

    Can anyone tell me how I can remember when to use "to"?

    Thank you!

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    Re: Object pronoun or "to" + object pronoun

    This topic was discussed here some time ago:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...t-pronoun.html

    You might also find some useful examples here:
    Infinitives with Subjects: getting other people to do things

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