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HELP! Which one is grammatically correct in British English?



curk
Spain

HELP! Which one is grammatically correct in British English?
 
 
     WRITE To someone  or WRITE someone. I īve always learnt that the
      preposition "To" is necessary in British English . Is it right?

20 Nov 2013      



cagreis
Portugal

Yes you are...
"to write someone" is American English

20 Nov 2013     



ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

Yes, Curk, Cagreis is correct! In British English: "I will write TO my friend tomorrow!" Les Douglas

20 Nov 2013     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Les, old son, great to see you on the forum!!! Thumbs Up

20 Nov 2013