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    I'd like to help me to understand the following sentence which I found in the text book.
    #1 A prize will be given for the best performance.
    I cannot understand why "for" is used in "for the best performance."
    I think it should be "to the best performance like #2.
    #2 A prize will be given to the best performance.
    Are the meaning of #1 and #2 different?
    I would be happy if I got some explanation.

    Thank you.

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    Re: for or to

    The prize is awarded for the best performance.
    The prize is awarded to the person who gives the best performance.


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