confirm somebody something?

Discussion in 'English Only' started by riglos, Sep 8, 2006.

  1. riglos Senior Member

    Argentina - Spanish
    Hi there again!

    Is it right to say "I'll confirm you my arrival date later"? I think it should be "I'll confirm my arrival date later.", but I'm not sure. Now, if I were to include an indirect object there, i.e., you want to say that you will confirm sth "to sb", would that be OK?: "I'll confirm my arrival date to you/to the staff later."


  2. JamesM

    JamesM à la Mod (English Only)

    I'd suggest "Ill confirm my arrival date later" or "I'll confirm my arrival date with you", not "to you". You can send a confirmation to someone, but you confirm the date with them.

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