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    What is right? write for or to a reception?

    Please help me how I should write the sentence: You must write to the reception when you will arrive at the hotel. OR You must write for a reception when you will arrive at the hotel ?? I donīt understand either what is the difference between the prepositions FOR an TO in this case. Thank you very much fo answer Jan

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    Re: What is right? write for or to a reception?

    You write to people,but here I would use something like you must tell reception when you will arrive.

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    Re: What is right? write for or to a reception?

    thanks for your quick and decided answer

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