by user on Wed, May 09 '18 12:58 PM | View count 9 | Download count 0
by user on Wed, May 09 '18 12:58 PM

Good afternoon group mates.
Would you please explain me the difference between 'for' and 'to'?
by Amar Mizar on Wed, May 09 '18 12:58 PM

As i know to is used to before v1 and for before v4.
by Sitta Rose on Wed, May 09 '18 12:58 PM

Good evening.
by Devon Oppenheimer on Wed, May 09 '18 12:58 PM

I am not feeling well right now. Perhaps later.....
by Stephen Brophy on Wed, May 09 '18 12:58 PM

They are both directional prepostions. From is in the recent past and to is in the near future." I am coming from Florence and I am going to Rome. It can also indicate a sequence of event. "I got this from my brother and I'm giving it to you."