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    queries in relation to: for, of, from and to

    Understand the use of: "for", "of", "from" and "to" have been very difficult, could you help me with this points?

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    Re: queries in relation to: for, of, from and to

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerardo Duran Valdez View Post
    Understand the use of: "for", "of", "from" and "to" have been very difficult, could you help me with this points?
    Welcome to the forum.

    Your question is far too broad-ranging. We cannot explain the use of the four of the most common prepositions here. You are clearly studying the language and have reached a certain point where you are stuck. Please give us specific questions. Perhaps give us an example sentence in which you do not understand which preposition you should use.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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