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.

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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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