To or for prepositions in English | How and when to use to and for in English through Hindi - Videos

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To or for prepositions in English confuses many non native English speakers. Learn how and when to use to and for in English grammar in this learn English through Hindi video tutorial.
Many non native English speakers including Pakistani and Indians often get confused when to use to when to use for. I teach how to use to and for prepositions by giving some rules and examples in this learn English through Hindi video tutorial.
We cover the following rules and examples for using to and for in English through Hindi and Urdu.

To vs. For (Prepositions)

1. To express a reason
I go to the open market to buy fruits. (verb)
I go to the open market for fruits. (noun)
(movement plus destination)

I go to school to study. (verb)
I go to school for studies. (noun)

2. To point out recipient
I’ll give it to you. (movement plus destination)
It will be for you.

Can you forward this email to me?
I drafted this email for you.

3. Intention (expectation)
Ask him to lend you some money.
Ask him for some money.

4. To : transfer, exchange
For : beneficial, good

I’m here for you.
You can give it to her.
He is only doing it for me.
I’m speaking to her.
She will cook for us.
I’ll give it to him.
I did it for you.
He went to college.
I study hard for exams.
I study hard to pass the exams.

Pen is used to write.
Pen is used for writing.

Beginners and students preparing for competitive or English exams e.g., PO, SSC CGL, TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT can also benefit from this video. Indians and Pakistanis can learn English speaking and conversation and can improve their written English.

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