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    When to use TO and For

    When to use TO and For
    Do we always use "To" to indiacate the place where we are going or coming from.
    eg:Please correct if these sentences are wrong
    1) I am going for classes or I am going to classes
    2) I am going to/for my friend's wedding
    3) Are you coming to Rachel's wedding?

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    Re: When to use TO and For

    Quote Originally Posted by englishquestion View Post
    When to use TO and For
    Do we always use "To" to indiacate the place where we are going or coming from.
    eg:Please correct if these sentences are wrong
    1) I am going for classes or I am going to (attend) classes
    2) I am going to/for my friend's wedding (to)
    3) Are you coming to Rachel's wedding? (to)
    ===Not a teacher===

    For: use to indicate aim or the purpose.

    To: denotes direction or place.

    Note: The above explanation is very basic and simple one.

    For further details, refer to the below link:

    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/as...er/4912-a.html
    Last edited by 2010; 09-Jun-2010 at 22:59. Reason: typo

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