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  1. rigoqui
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    Doubt

    To open something to somebody/something or to open something for somebody/something?


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    Re: Doubt

    [quote=rigoqui;304510]To open something to somebody/something or to open something for somebody/something?[/quote

    Don't open the door to strangers.
    He opened the door for me to come in.
    Will you open this bottle for me, please.

    It seems 'to' is about direction and 'for' - about benefit.

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