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24/7/19 EXPLAIN
We’ve decided to include this e-Lesson because it is very common to see it used incorrectly. After explain, we use to before an indirect object.
  • I explained my problem to her. (NOT I explained her my problem.)
  • Can you explain to me how to get to your office? (NOT Can you explainme…?).
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