Usage of for, to and on


Do you agee that 'life is easy for you' is more natural than 'life is easy to you' and then 'life goes easy on you' means the same as 'life is easy for you'? This question is about usage of prepositions and I would like to know how you feel about those sentences?


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asked Mar 03 '13 at 06:01 Hans Contributor

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It is true that "life is easy for you" seems to be natural. I am unable to present any reason why it is so. Let's wait for the experts.

link comment edited Mar 03 '13 at 15:46 Rahul Gupta Expert

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