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Which is correct:

It is useful TO/FOR me?
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PalinkasocsiWhich is correct:

It is useful TO/FOR me?
You depends on context. I hope you fine the link useful.

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Could anyone give me a (more) useful answer?Emotion: smile
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Could anyone give me a (more) useful answer?
Try searching at Google
http://www.google.com

the BBC site (which normally displayes educted English) with:

site:bbc.co.uk "useful for me"
site:bbc.co.uk "useful to me"
<> (quotation marks are important) <>
<>and tell us your results.
Try searching at Google


the BBC site (which normally presents educated English) with:

site:bbc.co.uk "useful for me"
site:bbc.co.uk "useful to me"
(quotation marks are important)
and tell us your results.
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Both are used but 'to' seems to be a bit more frequent (at least in British English).
The meaning is about the same, so both are used, but if an infinitive follows, it's more common to use for me so you don't have two to's so close together.
It's useful for me to learn irregular verbs
is preferable to
It's useful to me to learn irregular verbs.
CJ