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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126962: To or For
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    To or For

    This is to learn,

    - to differenciate the usages of to and for in the context of defining an objective, an object, a reason, a purpose:

    - use 'to' to express direction with movement and transfer

    - use 'for' to express the purpose or usage of something (for + verb + -ing)


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