Which is correct?


Would you kindly confirm this for us?


Would you kindly confirm this to us?

asked Jun 07 '13 at 09:32 Ema Kis New member

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"Confirm this for us" sounds far more natural. The second example is not wrong, strictly speaking, but sounds clumsy.  You can also simply say "Please confirm."

link answered Jun 08 '13 at 02:17 Maxine Lebola New member

Agreed. The first option is good for formal writing, or "Please confirm" in an informal message.

SusanJun 08 '13 at 04:49

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The first example is stated correctly.  

link comment answered Jun 08 '13 at 10:13 JoJo New member

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