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Hi,

I don't know how much I need yet, but let me explain to you about this project before we talk about funding.

Is this sentence grammatically correct?

Thanks for looking!
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You need to explain something about the project, not just explain about the project. English speakers don't use that combination explain about. Also, with the verb 'explain' it is so obvious in who you are explaining to that the person is omitted, thus:

I don't know how much I need yet, but let me explain something about the project before we talk about funding.

(Now you're cooking with gas!)

CJ
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How about:

I don't know how much I need yet, but let me explain this project to you first before we talk about funding.

What this be correct?
Thanks!
PreciousJonesWhat Would this be correct?
Yes.

CJ