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Which one of the following sentence is correct and why?

  • This letter is very important to your admission.
  • This letter is very important for your admission.
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Either. It depends on context.

This letter is very important to your admission.

The contents of this letter, the information in it, will be used to determine your suitability.

This letter is very important for your admission.

If you don't supply the letter, you won't be admitted.

  • I think you can only use for ... "This letter is very important for (the purpose of considering) your admission." – user3169 Aug 1 '18 at 21:57

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