I was sending a mail from my office to a few people inviting them to a party. I wanted to tell them to tell my P.A whether they shall make it or not. However. I couldn't construct a proper setence.
Ismit correct to say. Confiirm your attendance to Amy. How different is it from confirming it with Amy. To or with, which do I choose.

Thanks in advance. :-)
Use 'with' there.
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May I have a context in which I can use "to"
I cannot think of one offhand, sorry.