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    #1

    Smile except

    Hello everybody,

    1. What is more common?: who for?/who for?

    2. Is there any difference between: except/except for/apart from?

    Thank you!!!!

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    Re: except

    1.What is more common?: who for?/who for?
    2. Depending on context, no.


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    #3

    Re: except

    e.g. I have a gift. -- Who for?/For who?

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    Re: except

    They both mean the same, and I would say, equally used.

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