- Please share your offers with me to evaluate.
- Please share your offers to evaluate with me.
- Please share with me to evaluate your offers.
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The first two are grammatically ok but could be interpreted slightly differently.
Please share your offers with me to evaluate.
This suggests that you share the offers you've had with me and then I will evaluate them.
Please share your offers to evaluate with me.
This suggests that you share the offers you've had with me and then we will evaluate them together.
The last is a clumsy construction which leaves it unclear what should be shared with me.