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Always Be Good For Yourself and Be Good To Yourself – The Difference between To and For

Last time we covered the difference between the prepositions “of” and “to.” Now a variation. The difference between “to” and “for” is that “for” is to be good to a person, an animal or a thing. When you use “for,” the action is especially for that person/animal/thing. “To” is to give or transfer something to another… Continue reading Always Be Good For Yourself and Be Good To Yourself – The Difference between To and For

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