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Could you please provide admin credentials to me and Sandy for feel free to add a new user or change?

and the second one

Could you please provide admin credentials to us for feel free to add a new user or change?

Am I using to and for properly here? What should I use? And what is the rule?

  • I agree with Davo - for just doesn't make any sense there. I'm not sure what you're trying to say with the last part of the sentence. – stangdon Apr 26 '17 at 15:13
  • Can you explain why you say for feel free? Do you mean: so we can feel free to add a new user or change the user? Your use of FOR is wrong. It should be: so we can feel, as a result. – Lambie Apr 26 '17 at 15:16
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Could you please provide admin credentials to Sandy and me

Change the order from me and Sandy to Sandy and me and add a period (.), and this is a proper sentence.

Could you please provide admin credentials to us

Add a period (.), and this is a proper sentence.

I don't understand what you mean by the rest:

...for feel free to add a new user or change?

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  • Thanks. I want to tell him about the reason why I need credentials. To feel free for create a new user and change user. – Mediator Apr 26 '17 at 17:06
  • ... so that we will be able to add and edit users. – Davo Apr 26 '17 at 18:03
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Could you please provide admin credentials to us so that we can feel free to add a new user or change?

If you use 'for' here, then you'll have to change feel to feeling, which will be incorrect usage of the idiom- feel free.

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