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    reason

    Could you please clarify the reason, which one is correct and why?

    1) I have to go bank for getting some money.
    2) I have to go bank to get some money.

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    Re: reason

    Quote Originally Posted by meela View Post
    Could you please clarify the reason, which one is correct and why?

    1) I have to go bank for getting some money.
    2) I have to go to the bank to get some money.
    2) is correct.

    We say "to the bank" after "to go", not just "go bank".

    Without a verb, "for" would be fine.

    I have to go to the bank for some money.
    I have to go to the bank to get some money.

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    Re: reason

    thanks

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