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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #92578: For or about
For or about
As a preposition 'about' is used when we want to say that something concerns a person or a thing:
They are talking about the little girl.
'For' is used when we want to express a destination:
The pen is for you.Choose the suitable preposition. Good luck!
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