How to use 'for' and 'to'
How to use 'for' or 'to' correctly? Help me, buddy
For example, I don't know how to write this sentence right: "He's preparing (for/to) examens"
Sep 15, 2018 11:29 AM
Answers · 3
Think of it that way,
To is more for when you go to a place
I want to go to the cinemas
For is focused more on an action
This cake is for you
He's preparing ____ the exams. [Is there a location mentioned? no, therefore it's for]
September 15, 2018
He is preparing for exams
He is preparing to do his exams.
Try this site for a good explanation of the differences.