The Grammar GuideAdjectivesWhere can you omit "to me" in a sentence?

Where can you omit "to me" in a sentence?

Where can you omit "to me" in a sentence?

The phrase 'to me' is used to emphasize a personal opinion. However, it can often be redundant. When it's separated by a comma from the rest of your sentence, it's time to cut it.

  • Original: To me, the trip wasn't worth the money.
  • Rewrite: The trip wasn't worth the money.

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