We can propose something to someone. Again, if we propose to someone, we usually give the proposal for marriage. But I am confused when 'propose' is used with an object and a that-clause. In that case, can we use preposition 'to' between the verb 'propose' & the object?
I have found the following sentence :
He proposed me that we should go there.
Can it be written in the following way?
He proposed to me that we should go there.
Is the preposition 'to' optional here?