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Hi, I've got a question.

"It's important to me" vs "It's important for me"

What's the difference between to and for in this case..

I guess there is nothing wrong with both of those sentences but do you feel any difference from each?

It's almost impossible to get the difference of it.
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what is teh differences between go and walk
To walk you must use your legs. To go you might not need them. You can go by car or by train or by plane, etc.
CJ
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is there any difference between to and for?
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Yes. Please read the thread and then ask more specifically.
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important is always followed by to.that's anwer
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Anonymousimportant is always followed by to.that's anwer

Not quite ... Please go back to Grammar Geek's post earlier in this thread.
what is the difference in these sentence,and how best to explain it to an audience.

God answer to eternity.

God answer for eternity.
Hi,

what is the difference in these sentence,and how best to explain it to an audience.



God answer to eternity.

God answer for eternity.

Neiether is grammatical as written.

I assume you are using 'answer' as a verb, not a noun.

As a verb, it needs to be singular, as God is a singular noun. ie

God answers to eternity. It's hard to see a clear meaning in this version.

God answers for eternity. Sounds like God always answers, he answers forever.

Best wishes, Clive
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I think it's depend on situation like

Informal and fomal

Informal says: -"It's important to me ( when you are grumbling yourself and being casual)

Formal says: - "It's important for me (when you are taking to somebody)

it's my guess
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