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"I said you the name" or "I said to you the name", Interchangeable and why is correct or not?
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Anonymous"I said you the name" or "I said to you the name", Interchangeable and why is correct or not?
No, no, no! I told you the name.

If you mention the person spoken to (you), it's almost always "tell", not "say".

See Say and Tell

CJ
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Hello,

I am a Brazilian native speaker.

Could you please answer what's correct.

SAY ME or SAY TO ME ?

I am basing myself on Lion Rich song.

It's wrong ?

banana blue 339I am a Brazilian native speaker.

Really? I thought Brazilians spoke Portuguese!

banana blue 339Could you please answer tell me what's correct?
banana blue 339I am basing myself on thinking of the Lionel Ritchie song.

Lionel Ritchie's song says:

Say "you"

Say "me".

In other words, it is instructing the listener to say the words "you" and "me".