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Note : You can never say “FOR TO” – I went to the bakery for to buy bread ☹
For is used before a noun, pronoun or a gerund (verb+ ING)
It’s difficult for me to understand English.
This is for Virginie, for him, for her, for the neighbor, for my friend.
Chopsticks are convenient for eating noodles.
To is used before a verb
It’s difficult to understand English sometimes.
This is to help Mike.
Chopsticks are convenient to eat noodles.
To is a preposition that also means “à” and “de”
To is used for the infinitive of verbs
Some verbs are almost always used with To – to give to, to go to, to listen to
To is used in a few phrasal verbs – to have to, to be used to, to get used to, to look forward to
Prefixes for opposites
TO or For ?
Say or Tell ?
Could? Should? Would?
Prepositions and adjectives
Still, yet, again, already, always
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