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Do we say confirm me or confirm to me when we are sending out an email requesting a confirmation on something
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we have always received is correct

auxiliary verb + adverb + action verb

Please do we say confirm for me or to me?
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Do we say confirm me or confirm to me when we are sending out an email requesting a confirmation on something
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Do we say confirm me or confirm to me when we are sending out an email requesting a confirmation on something

Do we say confirm me or confirm to me when we are sending out an email requesting a confirmation on something

We usually just say

eg Please confirm that the project will begin next Monday.

eg Please confirm that the proposed design is acceptable.

. . . confirm to me is implicit and is not usually said.

. . . confirm me is incorrect grammar.

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