What is difference? What is difference between: «I will leave it to you» and «I will leave it for you»?

Are both of them correct ?

May 22, 2019 6:30 AM
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I'd suggest there's a slight difference in meaning and intonation. In "I'll leave it to you" one might want to say, that they are going to leave something for you to do, so they aren't going to so something, but rather leave it to you. Also, in this sentence, "to" is stressed, so it sounds "I'll leave it TO you"

"I'll leave it for you" might mean a person is leaving an actual object for you, like a piece of cake.

May 22, 2019
They are both correct. There is a minor difference in tone that even I can't remember what it is.
May 22, 2019
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