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Thread: For/to ?


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    For/to ?

    I really get embarassed using these words, I believe that it's easy to memorize the common phrases that contains them, then trying to apply them in a phrase.
    What's the difference, what aspect do I use to distinguish them?

    And another slight question! How do I know when it's needed to double the consonant after adding ING to the end of a verb.
    Example:
    Stopping

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    Re: For/to ?

    Prepositions for and to: Could you give us a few example sentences?

    Spelling: click here and practise.

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