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1) he just left to vancouver
2) Can you apply that anticeptic cream on my forehead.
3) where did he go
By the way, Barb, what's the difference between 'to leave to' and 'to leave for'?
Sometimes preposition use in British English is different from American English. In American English we would say:
He just left for Vancouver. or He just left to go to Vancouver. We would not say "leave to" when we are referring to travel.
I am not qualified to comment on correct usage of prepositions in British English.
I agree - where I live we would not say "He left to (location)" but you would say "He left to (purpose)." He left to pick up his aunt at the airport (tells you why), but he left FOR the airport (tells you where) about half an hour ago.
From now on... we leave for somewhere else. Maybe vacations on Hawaii.
taking a nap on a net, no cell phones, no cars, just the breeze and coconut water