Which one is correct:

1- I am targeting to him or I am targeting him.

2- It appears fine to me or It appears fine me.

i request you to provide justification.

Thanks, Ali

1 Answer 1


1) I am targeting him.

Because target as used here is a transitive verb, it needs a direct object (him).

2) It appears fine to me.

Because appear as used here is an intransitive verb, you cannot have a direct object. So me is wrong and to me is correct.

I would recommend further study regarding the usage of transitive vs. intransitive verbs.

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