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Diferencia Entre To y For

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La diferencia entre to y for es uno de los errores más comunes que el hispanohablante comete al hablar el inglés. Esto se debe a que estos dos significan para.

Cuando Usar To y For

Me gusta hacer lecciones que van directo al grano. Aquí vemos cuando se usa to y for.

For + Noun (Sustantivo) – I have a computer for Mary – Tengo una computadora para Mary

For + Gerund (verbo + ing) – Thank you for finding my car keys – Gracias por encontrar mis llaves del auto

To + Verb – To be successful in life you need to study – Para ser exitoso en la vida necesitas estudiar.

Intenta estos ejercicios con to y for para ver si entiendes.

¡Veamos que aprendiste de la lección!

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Ahora Aplicalo con el español para notar la diferencia entre to y for.

¿Sientes que ya la estás entendiendo mejor? Te desafio a que hagas esta oraciones de español a inglés.

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  1. 1. Thank you ___for_____ taking care of my son

    2. I need __to___ go to the store and buy some water.

    3. They went to Japan __to___ see Mt. Fuji.

    4. This pencil is __for______ you.

    5. You’ll need at least 100 dollars __for____ the train to Machu Picchu.

    6. Don’t forget to bring your water bottle ___to_____ tomorrow’s trip to the beach.

    7. Take some running shoes ___to_____ run with me.

    8. This presentation is ____for____ the marketing department

    9. Sorry ____for____ being late.

    10. Adolfo has gone into town __to______ look __for______ a book.

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      Hey Gabriela! Thanks for trying out these exercises. You did a great job but the only one that you missed was

      6. Don’t forget to bring your water bottle ___to_____ tomorrow’s trip to the beach.

      This should For because it is For + Noun ( For + Tomorrow)

  2. 1. Thank you for taking care of my son.
    2. I need to go to the store and buy some water.
    3. They went to Japan to see Mt. Fuji.
    4. This pencil is for you.
    5. You’ll need at least 100 dollars for the train to Machu Picchu.
    6. Don’t forget to bring your water bottle for tomorrow’s trip to the beach.
    7. Take some running shoes to run with me.
    8. This presentation is for the marketing department.
    9. Sorry for being late.
    10. Adolfo has gone into town to look for a book.

    11. I just slept for two hours last night.
    12. It was my first trip to see the chilean patagonia.
    13. I bought an umbrella for the rain.
    14. This is all I have for today.
    15. I wanted to go to the beach to relax.
    16. This letter is very important for your college admission.
    17. Those computers are for your office.
    18. Those computers are for work in your office.
    19. Thanks for buying my food favorite.
    20. Sorry for sending that email to your customer.

    Correct
    21. He went to the mall to buy clothes.
    22. I go to the gym twice a week to maintain my fitness.
    23. He worked hard for to get a better promotion.
    24. People don’t have the money to pay the rent.
    25. This car is for Mariela.

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      Hey Coté! Thanks for trying out the exercises. Here are some comments.

      18. Those computers are for work in your office. -> This should be to work in your office since work is a verb.
      9. Thanks for buying my favorite food favorite is an adjective so it has to go before the noun. Just how we do it with Red House.

  3. 1. Thank you ___for_____ taking care of my son

    2. I need ____to____ go to the store and buy some water.

    3. They went to Japan ____to____ see Mt. Fuji.

    4. This pencil is ______for __ you.

    5. You’ll need at least 100 dollars ____for__ the train to Machu Picchu.

    6. Don’t forget to bring your water bottle _____for___ tomorrow’s trip to the beach.

    7. Take some running shoes ______to__ run with me.

    8. This presentation is __for______ the marketing department

    9. Sorry ____for___ being late.

    10. Adolfo has gone into town ____to____ look ______for__ a book.

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