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    Cervantes is offline Newbie
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    Default Difference between "Head for & Head to"...

    Is there any difference between saying: Where are you heading for? and where are you heading to?


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    Default Re: Difference between "Head for & Head to"...

    These are pretty much interchangeable but...

    Asking "Where are you headed to?" Is probably a more specific inquiry than "Where are you heading for?"

    I am heading for London, as opposed to I am headed for England.

    "Where are you going to?" is probably the more common form of the question.

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