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17 October

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How do you say this in English (US)?
Hi guys.
In my native language "to" and "for" have the same translation, so I'm having a really hard time trying to understand when to use one instead of the other, for instance:

Which sentences are correct?

1) You're my best friend. TO me, you're like family.

2) You're my best friend. FOR me, you're like family.

3) (They're saying I'm ugly) Don't listen to them. TO me, you're beautiful.

4) (They're saying I'm ugly) Don't listen to them. FOR me, you're beautiful.
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