To or For?

Is it… a present for you or to you? Is it… She’s talking to me or for me…? Well, watch this video and find out.

If you like her video you can find more on different topics either in Youtube (engVid) or in her webpage www.engvid.com.

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2 responses to “To or For?

  1. Both words always confuse me , I’ve developed a system to say both at a time – not ver right , I know – But I ensure correct word was said :).

    Think . When I control the “to-for” issue and “wordforeverything” —->get – I’m gonna be half way of a good command of English.

    Thanks!

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