1. Leave your children with me, I know how to babysit.

  2. Leave your children to me, I know how to babysit.

Which one of these sentences are grammatical? I am thinking that they are both pretty much the same, but I am not sure.


Leave your children with me is literally just telling someone to leave their children with you, but if let's say they misbehave, someone may say leave them to me, I can handle them. It means don't worry or I have this taken care of.

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