Do we say confirm me or confirm to me when we are sending out an email requesting a confirmation on something
New Member09
confirm me is correct but confrim to me is completly wrong. if you want you can send the compelete sentence then others can judge better.Emotion: smile good luck
Full Member127
A priest of bishop may "confirm you", which means perfom a relgious rite in which you are formally accepted as member of a Christian church. You will then have received "confirmation"
Otherwise, I don't think it's correct to use confirm with an personal pronoun either as the object oras the indirect object of the verb.