an important day for / to


"Independence Day is an important day for Americans."


Why is 'for Americans' a natural way, not 'to Americans'? Is there a reason or is something omitted behind 'for Americans' such as 'to keep', etc? Thank you so much as usual and I hope to hear from you again.   

asked Mar 18 '13 at 01:42 Hans Contributor

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