how can I use to and for ?
in which cases can I use either to or for.
I have good reasons to be happy
I have good reasons for being happy
I want example using the pattern
adjective+noun+to be +adjectives, if it is possible
The pattern you want is
...to <infinitive form> <adjective> The inifinitive form in this case is 'be' (to be)
...for <adjective> The present participle form in this case in being.
He has no cause to quit at this point
He has no cause for quitting at this point
Both are correct.
September 16, 2012
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