When you mean that you care about something a lot, say that it is important to you, not that it is ‘important for’ you.
Ex: It is important for me to follow the manufacturer's instructions.
Is it equivalent to "For me, to follow the manufacturer's instructions is important"?
Ok, "It" seems a dummy subject, can we say like this:
Ex: "style is important for me to choose clothes"
Does the structure "something is important for somebody to do something" sound wrong?
It seems that if we use "important to somebody", we have to use "that"
Ex: It's very important to me that you should be there.
Can we say "It's very important to him to be on time."?
But we can say "Fruits are very important to me."?
Can we say "Fruits are very important for me."?
So, How to correctly use "important to" and "important for"?