The start of Series 3 brings bad news. Tony's Café has been burgled! Or has it?

Written by Chris Rose.

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Elementary: A2
Intermediate: B1

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Hello. That was my first lesson. It was really useful for me . Thank you.

very interesting article!!!
 

Great and fun. I like it.

Oh,this is a very funny story.By the way,I have a question about the expression "to me" meaning "in my opinion";well,which is the difference between the saying "to me" and "for me".Is it correct "for me",in other words, may I use "to me" instead of "to me" ? for example , For me everything lokks normal.

Hello Algiz!
 
I'm afraid you can't say that - in your example sentence, it has to be to me.
 
Regards
 
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

I see.
So,when I mean "in my opinion" should I always use "to me" ?

Hi Jeremy,could you explain which is the difference between "to me" and "for me" ?
For example in this sentence : "you are important to me" or " you are important for me" .
Thank you.

Hi Algiz
I'm not Jeremy, but I'll try to answer your question anyway!
If we're talking about our emotions - that somebody is a special part of our life, for example - then we would use 'important to me'.  For example:
'My family is very important to me.' [= I have strong emotions about it]
We usually use 'important for' when we have something more specific in mind - important for a particular purpose or reason.  For example:
'My family has been important for his career.' [= without his family his career would have been less successful]
I hope that helps to clarify the difference.
Best wishes,
 
Peter
The LearnEnglish Team

 That was my first lesson. It was really useful for me and it's very intersting
. Thank you

very good

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