To or For

                                                      To vs. For 

To = It means transfer or exchange. 

For = It means a benefit (A good thing). 

 

i.e. I made this lesson for you = It is something good for you;

i.e. I gave the book to him = I am transferring the book to him.

 

  • Exercises: 
  1. Use the right form: To or For.

 

  1. Did you make that ______ him?
  2. I am going to talk ______ you.
  3. I will do that _____ you.
  4. He will give money _______ her.
  5. I teach English ________ you.
  6. He sings ________ you.
  7. I go _________ school.
  8. I will go _________ university.
  9. I will try to give the book _______ them.

 

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