‘if it is convenient for you’ or ‘if it is convenient to you’, which one is appropriate? Explain.

‘if it is convenient for you’ or ‘if it is convenient to you’, which one is appropriate? Explain.

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  1. The formality of the phrase “if it is convenient for you” is less than “if it is convenient to you”. People who use the phrase “convenient for you” usually request a favor.

    • If it is convenient for you is generally appropriate when talking about giving something to someone or asking someone for something.
    • If it is convenient to you is generally appropriate when referring to something involving something you want or are doing.

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