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To vs For

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Transcript of To vs For

Fluency diet Review
To vs For
Motive/Reason – with verb

“I came here
to
see you.”

"I drove
to
buy this chocolate"
Use TO in these cases
Use FOR in these cases
Benefits

“Yogurt is good for your digestion”

"Avoid nervous by preparing for your interview"
Use FOR in these cases
Period of time

“We’ve lived here
for
2 years”

"I was ill
for
three days during my holiday and couldn't go out at all"

“I made an appointment
for
May 3rd”
Doing something to help someone

“Could you carry these books
for
me?”

"I sent that letter
for
you"
Use FOR in these cases
Use FOR in these cases
Motive/Reason – with noun

“Let’s go out
for
a drink”

"I'm going to fill this information
for
the bank status"
As you can see,
TO
or
FOR
can be used for a motive/reason, but
TO
is always with a verb, and
FOR
is always with a noun. Here’s a good example:

I came to New York to work.
I came to New York for a new job.
Exercise
Fill up the space below with
"to"
or
"for"
Mary:
Thanks __ helping me move into my new apartment, mike!
Mike:
Oh you are welcome; it'll be much easier ___ you if I help
Mary:
Are any of your friends going to come and help also?
Mike:
Yeah, I think Jason is going to come. He'll bring the moving van ___ your house on Saturday morning at 9am so we can get started
Mary:
Oh great, I want to cook some lunch ___ you guys. What do you like?
Mike:
Why don't we just take a lunch break and head down ___ my favorite Japanese restaurant? It's right next to your new apartment
Mary:
That sounds like a great way to break up the day and to get some more energy ___ the rest of the afternoon
Mike:
Perfect then I will see you on Saturday around 10 am
Mary:
Great, see you then
Exercise
Choose the correct prepositions "to" or "for"
I need ___ go out ___ buy some milk and sugar
They went to London ___ see the Crown jewels
Here. This is ___ you
You'll need at least 12 Euros ___ the train
Don't forget to bring everything ___ tomorrow
Take a jacket just ___ be sure you don't get cold
Simon's gone into town ___ look ___ a book
___ be successful in life, you need dedication
Sorry ___ interrupt but I have a question
She changed job ___ a better salary
She changed job ___ get a better salary
That has nothing ___ do with it
You shouldn't be in politics ___ the money
Exercise
Correct the mistakes in the sentences below
He went to the shops for to buy some milk

I go to the gym twice a week for keep fit

He studied hard for to get a better job

People don't have the money for paying these prices
Mental Training
Practice your mental training with your coach and repeat with confidence
Watch video #14
"Mistakes are good".

"I am fluent in English".

"I am the best of the best".
Grammar Review
Your coach will explain you and then you give your own examples, make positive, negative and questions.
Wrap up
Your coach will select 1 or 2 students to go to the front and they will do a recap
Describe in your own words what you did since you walked into E4CC until now
Pair up and answer the questions below. Then, your coach will select some students to go to the front
What do you do _____?
What did you do_____?
What are you doing_____?
Grammar Review
30 seconds non-stop
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention
By the end of the lesson you will be able to:
Use the correct preposition

Identify different cases and scenarios for each use of this prepositions
Warm Up
Learn the difference between
For
and
To.
Then give examples
Video Technique
Watch the following video and then answer the following questions
Let's talk
Answer the following questions using
for
and
to
Why are you studying English?

Why do you want to get a job?

Why do you go to the supermarket?

For how long do you exercise?
Build up a story
Use the following expressions to create a random story
Is it hard for you to deal with people talking behind your back?

How would you deal with the situation?

Has this happened to you before?
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