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    Question To and For

    I just want to ask what is the difference between "reward to myself" and "reward for myself" it bothers me so much, i just want to know what should i use? Thanks.

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    Re: To and For

    Quote Originally Posted by Thesuperv View Post
    I just want to ask what is the difference is between "reward to myself" and "reward for myself". It bothers me so much. I just want to know what should I should use. Thanks.
    Welcome to the forum.

    Please see my corrections above. Remember to capitalise the word "I" every time you write it.

    As you become more familiar with this forum, you will realise that we need learners to write complete sentences in order for us to consider short fragments. Please give us complete sentences containing "reward to myself" and "reward for myself" so that we can see how you are trying to use them.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: To and For

    I'll build on what emsrd said. Reward can be a noun or a verb (also an adjective but that wouldn't apply here). There are situations where we might say:

    1. ...reward to myself.
    2. ...reward for myself.
    3. ...reward myself...

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