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Is this sentence grammatically correct?
"I intend for Peter to show up in time for dinner"
I want to know how the expression "I intend" works when you're referring to people, like how would say that you intend someone to do something.
Do I say "I intend to Peter..." I intend for Peter..." I intend that Peter..." or simply "I intend Peter shows in time for dinner"?

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