- 1 Post By Chicken Sandwich
to / for
I get confused sometimes about the two prepositions in the caption
1a) Japan is a good place for doing business.
1b) Japan is a good place to do business.
Is it correct to say: "Both are grammatically correct with slight semantic difference. The former seems more specific in a way and Japan, a place, is good FOR doing something; the latter is more general - it's good to do business there"
Cater to and Cater for?
cater to different tastes or cater for different tastes? I really can't distinguish these two even after consulting dictionaries.
Much obliged if you can help
Re: to / for
Originally Posted by Tedwonny
***NOT A TEACHER***
Both seem fine to me and I don't think that there is a difference.
Let's see what others have to say about this.
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