“you told to me, come on monday” is it correct?

please send some enquirys at the interview location  like “i came for interview”

and.... you are here Asked on 12/08/2018 in English Speaking.
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The sentence that you have here is correct overall, but you have some problems with the punctuation of the sentence. You need to change it either by using direct quotes, or rearrange the words if you want to say something indirectly: You told me to come on Monday. Or, You told me, “Come on Monday.”

While it is technically correct to say you told to me, we very rarely use a preposition after the verb told.

I am not sure what you mean by the explanation you have (what are enquiries at the interview location?) but, some questions you can ask are:

  • Where is the interview?
  • I am looking for (Interviewer’s name). Do you know where I can find them?
  • I am here for a job interview. I am looking for (Interviewer’s name). Can you help direct me to the right place?
Gold member Answered on 17/08/2018.
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YOU TOLD ME YOU WILL COME ON MONDAY

Not a robot Answered on 03/12/2018.
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