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    hi, here i go with another question.
    "Father left to the city of new york three days ago". or "Father left for the city of new york three days ago".
    thx

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    Default Re: left to and left for

    Quote Originally Posted by eddy143 View Post
    hi, here i go with another question.
    "Father left to the city of new york three days ago". or "Father left for the city of new york three days ago".

    thx
    left for
    or
    went to

    and we'd just say New York (City)

    "Father left for New York (City) three days ago"

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