- 1 Post By bhaisahab
for today (about preposition)
The sentence I quoted above is from a BBC teaching programme about business English for Chinese.
OK, can we agree on the overall procedure for
I want to know why there's a preposition -for before 'today'? My teacher of English taught us there needn't to use any preposition before 'today', 'yesterday'. Is it okay if I just say, 'can we agree on the overall procedure today.'
Re: for today (about preposition)
To agree on the overall procedure today doesn't specifically mean 'today's procedure'. To agree on the overall procedure for today, means 'what we are going to do, specifically today.'
Originally Posted by thedaffodils
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