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1. This park is a very important place for me and many others.
2. This park is a very important place to me and many others.
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Q1: Can we use 'to' insted of 'for'?
Q2: "For me and many others" modify 'place', right?

asked by rfvv
  1. Q1 Yes
    Q2 yes

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