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1. It is too hard for me to enunciate.
2. It is too hard to enunciate for me.
3. For me to enunciate is too hard.
4. For me is too hard to enunciate.
5. For me it is too hard to enunciate.
6. To enunciate is too hard for me.
7. To enunciate for me is too hard.

This question is so fascinating that I can't help asking.
please scrutinize them for mistakes.

Your help is much appreciated
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1. It is too hard for me to enunciate. OK.
2. It is too hard to enunciate for me. ?? Borderline OK.
3. For me to enunciate is too hard. Unusual, but OK.
4. For me is too hard to enunciate. No.
5. For me it is too hard to enunciate. ?? Borderline OK.
6. To enunciate is too hard for me. Unusual, but OK.
7. To enunciate for me is too hard. No.

The best is the first. The best pattern is

It is too ... for ... to ....

It is too far for me to travel.
It is too hot for me to drink.
It is too high for me to reach.
It is too dark for me to see.

CJ
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CalifJim2. It is too hard to enunciate for me. ?? Borderline OK.
5. For me it is too hard to enunciate. ?? Borderline OK.

Thank you.

Which parts are the borderline for these 2 sentences?

kl004535Which parts are the borderline for these 2 sentences?
Sorry. I used an expression you might not have understood. "Borderline OK" = "Almost OK, but not completely OK". You could say these and be understood, but a native speaker is not likely to say them.

(Within these sentences there is no borderline which I am referring to.)

CJ