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    VICTOR_GARCIA91 is offline Newbie
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    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN USING "TO" AND "FOR" BEFORE A VERB

    GOOD AFTERNOON:

    HI TEACHERS THIS IS MY QUESTION. I WAN TO KNOW WHEN DO I HAVE TO USE THE PREPOSITION TO AND FOR BEFORE A VERB.

    EXAMPLE:

    I AM READY FOR PREPARING MY FOOD OR IM READY TO PREPARE MY FOOD???

    THANKS

    REGARDS

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN USING "TO" AND "FOR" BEFORE A VERB

    Welcome to the forum, Victor.

    Please rewrite your post with Caps Lock off. It looks like you are shouting at us or trying to jump the queue by making your post look more important than anybody else's.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 21-Oct-2017 at 08:04.

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