which is correct? "if it is convenient for you" or "if it is convenient to you". if both are correct, what are the differences between them?

Thanks in advance.
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Hi BTR

It's much more likely that I would say "if it is convenient for you". I might be making a specific, concrete suggestion for an appointment, for example:
If it is convenient for you, we could meet tomorrow at 2 p.m.

If I said "convenient to you", I would probably be referring to something more general or more theoretical -- i.e. something less specifically connected directly to 'you'. I might be asking someone whether something seems convenient to them generally speaking.
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WHAT'S MEANING OF " BE INFORMED THAT ......." ,THANK YOU IN ADVANCE
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