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The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong.

Mahatma Gandhi

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“For” new learners learn easily. It tells preposition and connects words phrases and sentences.




  • 1. This is good English learning group for English learning students.
  • 2. She is speaking English for better communication.
  • 3. The store is opened by him for selling groceries to customers.
  • 4. This time is right for us to speak English language. Is not it?
  • 5. They sent for him.
  • 6. Through his love for me he did this.
  • 7. Through affection for her they appeared for him to file his accounts
  • 8. Owing to cyclone warning: for the boats of the fleet not to go the sea to catch fish.
  • 9. What are you for?
  • 10. I cannot see the house for the trees.
  • 11. For learning he is certainly superior to them.
  • 12. For the last two days we had no sun.
  • 13. I have been this village for three decades.


1. We use for intend to be given:

  • A. There is phone message for you.
  • ? I would better buy something for new baby.
  • C. We are having collection for her friend wedding present.



2. We use fear of:

  • He didn’t say anything for fear of ? because I was frightened of offending him.


3. Without:

  • If it was not for the life jacket I would have drowned.


4. Used to show an amount of time or distance:

  • A. We walked for miles
  • ? She will be in New York office for a few days next week.
  • C. I’m just going to read this magazine for an hour.
  • D. I haven’t played tennis for years.


5. The occasion of or at the time of :

  • A. I’d like an appointment with the doctor for some time this week.
  • ? We are having a English movie for 60th anniversary
  • C. She has booked a table at the restaurant for nine o’ clock.
  • D. What did you buy him for Christmas?
  • E. I have got a lot of admiration for people who do that sort of work.
  • F. He is quite good-looking but he has too short for me
  • G. The ice-cream was a little bit sweet for me.
  • H. That jacket looks a little big for you.
  • I. Uma already bought and, as for me, I’m going to take at the end of the class.
  • Luckily for me ? I was lucky., I already had another job
  • How are you doing for money?
  • How are you doing for time?
  • ? do you have enough money or time.?

6. for all.

  • A. Despite:
  • B. For all her qualifications, she’s still useless at the job


7. Getting. in exchange:

  • A. How much did you pay for your glasses?
  • ? He has sponsored he $1000 for every class that she studies.
  • C. She sold that her ancient house for a lot of money.
  • D. The Automobile Engineer gave Estimate for repair my car for $300


8. Being employed by or representing a company ,country, etc.,

  • A. She works for charity
  • ? He swam for the United states in the 2000 Olympics.


9. towards; in the direction of:

  • A. They looked as if they were heading for the train station.
  • B. Just follow signs for the museum
  • C. This time tomorrow we’ll be setting off for the States.
  • D. It says this train is for ? going to stop at. Birmingham and Coventry only.


10.Showing meaning:

  • A. What’s the French word for “vegetarian”?
  • B. What does the “M.S.R” stand for? Mogalapu Srinivasa Rao ?


11. In order to get or achieve:

  • A. I hate waiting for public transport.
  • B. I had to run for the bus.
  • C. Did you send off for details of the competition?
  • D. I’ve applied for a job with another software company.


12. The duty or responsibility of:

  • A. As to whether you should marry him – that’s for you to decide.
  • B. It’s not for me to tell her what she should do with her life.
  • C. “How many people should I invite to the party?” “It’s not really for me to say.”


13. In trouble:

  • A. You’ll be for it when she finds out!


14. used for comparing one thing with others of the same type:

  • A. She’s very mature for her age.
  • B. For every two people in favour of the law there are three against.
  • C. The winter has been usually cold simla.


15. it was a difficult decision, especially for child.

  • A. For a man of his wealth he’s not exactly generous,


16. Used to say whose responsibility something is:

  • A. She knew the driver of the other car was not responsible for her son’s mistake..


17. in support of or in agreement with:

  • A. I voted for the Greens at the last election.
  • B. Those voting for the motion 96, and those voting against, 54.
  • C. Most of the Republicans voted for the measure
  • E. So let’s hear some applause for these talented young performers.


18. Who’s for ? who wants to play. tennis?


19 to approve of or support something very much:

  • A. I’ve got nothing against change – I’m all for it.
  • B. I’m all for gender equality , but I think the most qualified person should get the job.


20. In order to help someone:

  • A. Let me carry those bags for you.
  • B. Hello, what can I do for you?
  • C. My sister will take care of the dog for us while we’re away. relation to someone or something:

  • A. Her feelings for him had changed.
  • B. He felt nothing but contempt for her.


22. For Purpose: We use for to talk about a purpose or a reason for something.


23. for someone: We often use to introduce for the person the person or people something.


24. For duration: We use for with a period of time to refer to duration ( how long sometime lasts


25. For Exchange: We use for to refer to an exchange.


26. For meaning because: We use sometimes for as conjunction, meaning because we use it in very formal and literary contexts.


27. For in multiword verb: We often combine for with a verb to form multiword verb: for instance like this: For + ing function: we use for + the + ing form of verb to talk about the function of something how something is used.


28. For + ing reason: We use for + the + ing form of verb to refer to the reason for something.


29. For + ing or to + infinitive ?

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