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Hello,

1. Let me explain you this lesson

The above sentence is not correct.

a) Let me explain to you this lesson.

b) Let me explain this lesson to you.

Which is the correct betwee (a) and (b)?

2. She explained me the sum.

The same concept would be apply here as for (1).
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Hanuman_2000Hello,

1. Let me explain you this lesson

The above sentence is not correct.

a) Let me explain to you this lesson.

b) Let me explain this lesson to you.

Which is the correct betwee (a) and (b)? b)

2. She explained me the sum.

The same concept would be apply here as for (1). Yes.
Do you mean 'the answer'? It's more natural.
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Only the second one is correct and natural.

Let me explain this lesson to you.

Note that after explain, it is perfectly acceptable and common to omit the to phrase.

Let me explain this lesson.

'to you' is understood. It is not really necessary.

CJ
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Hello,

1. Let me explain to you the lesson.

Is the above sentence correct?

2. Let me explain this lesson to you.

Is the above sentence correct?

If both (1) and (2) are correct, then which is more natural.

Thanks.
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Hello,

Thanks Sir C.J.