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if it's convenient to you, I will visit you next Tuesday. Or
If it's convenient for you, I will visit you next Tuesday.
Which preposition is correct? "To "or "for"?
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if it's convenient to you, I will visit you next Tuesday. Or 
If it's convenient for you, I will visit you next Tuesday.
Which preposition is correct? "To "or "for"?
Thanks 😘
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