I'm always curisous about the phrase "for someone to" verb which is quite common in English.
However, I noticed sometimes it is not proper.
1. She is surprised for me to know her mom. - Incorrect
Correct one is "You are suprised that I know her mom."
Somehow, she is surprised at me to know her mom
is this fine??
2. A computer is hard for me to deal with.
I think "for me to deal with" is acceptable in the sentence. Is it because the preposition "for" is accetable with adjective "hard"?
Thank you in advance!