Be + adjective + to smb.
|Why must she be so nasty to me?|
|We need to understand the things which are important to people.|
|Your comments are of great interest to me.|
Prove / appeal to smb.
|This incident proved to me that Ian cannot be trusted.|
|What appealed to me was its originality.|
|It was Ted who broke the news to me.|
Seem / sound / look + adjectve + to smb.
|They looked all right to me.|
|It sounds unnatural to you, I expect.|
|The parents are not afraid to be firm about those matters that seem important to them.|
Look like + noun + to smb.
|‘It looks like tea to me.’ — ‘Yes, it could be.’|
For smb. = instead of smb.
|She said that she’d wash up for me.|
Luckily / fortunately / happily / unfortunately for smb.
|‘Does he do his fair share of the household chores?’ — ‘Oh yes, fortunately for me.’|
|Luckily for me and them, love did eventually grow and flourish.|
Hard / difficult for smb. (to do smth)
|It was hard for me to believe these were his real reasons for wanting to get rid of me.|
|The biggest problem was the accent. That was difficult for me.|
Important for smb. (to do smth)
|It is very important for me that you enjoy yourself.|
Использованы примеры из: «Collins COBUILD English Grammar» © HarperCollins Publishers, 2012.
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