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    #1

    (for) Abroad

    Shall I avoid using ''for'' when indicating something that I left to use or do when arriving in other country?
    ''I left this abroad'' insted of ''I left this for abroad''.

    Thank you.

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    Re: (for) Abroad

    Your first works; your second does not.

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    Re: (for) Abroad

    Where did you leave it?

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