You can comment <on> my post.

Daisy 99

Hello! I am writing a series of posts on my Facebook page. At the last part of the post, I want to write a sentence to know the readers’ opinions on my post. When I search on the internet, I find two sentences:
A: You can comment my post!
B: You can comment on my post!
I don’t know the difference between two sentences, so I don’t know which one is better or more common. Please help!
Thank you!
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  • expos4ever

    English - Canada/USA
    I agree with The Newt: to say "you can comment my post" does not establish the nature of the relationship between the post and the comment - you want the reader to understand that the comment is to "about" the contents of the post.
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