This sentence is struck in my head for almost 2 days now.
Should someone say "Speaking in English is not a problem to me" or "Speaking in English is not a problem for me"?
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I'm sure this video will help.
'for' must precede a noun/pronoun in such a case. If you use 'to', it gives an impression of a problem being directed towards you and you certainly aren't trying to talk about direction here.
Hope that helped!