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    Adjective + to or for

    Hi everyone, I'm confused about the meaning of the following types of phrases:-

    English is "important to me" & "important for me"
    English is "frustrating to me" & "frustrating for me"
    English is "easy to me" & "easy for me"

    Can anyone explain the difference between using "to" and "for"?

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by Anne59; 14-Aug-2015 at 14:36.

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