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POR vs. PARA

By Emma Hauptman
by

Margaret Myers

on 23 April 2014

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Transcript of POR vs. PARA

POR
Rule 2: When talking about exchange, including sales.

Ejemplo 2: Él me dio un anillo
por
mi collar.
POR
Rule 4: to express an undetermined, or general time, meaning "during.

Ejemplo 4: Ella puede ver las vacas
por
la tarde.
Para
Rule 2: to show the use or purpose of a thing

Ejemplo 2: Los platos son
para
el almuerzo.


POR vs. PARA
By Emma Hauptman

POR
Rule 1: For velocity, frequency, and proportion

Ejemplo 1: Vamos a la playa dos días
por

semana.
POR
Rule 3: To mean "on behalf of" or "in the area of"

Ejemplo 3: Yo voté

por
la chica.
POR
Rule 5: For means of cummunication or transportation.

Ejemplo 5: Nosotros preferimos viajar a New York
por
avión.

PARA
Rule 1: to indicate destination

Ejemplo 1: Ayer, yo salí
para
Australia.
Para
Rule 3: to mean "in order to" or "for the purpose of"

Ejemplo 3:
Para
mantener la salud, yo bebo agua cada día.
Para
Rule 4: to indicate a recipient

Ejemplo 4: La pulsera es
para
mi hermana.
Para
Rule 5: to express a deadline or specific time

Ejemplo 5: Tú necesitas el bolso
para
miercoles.
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