As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #14: Qual a diferença entre “to” e “for”? [Inglês BÁSICO Todos os Dias #61]

As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #14: Qual a diferença entre “to” e “for”? [Inglês BÁSICO Todos os Dias #61]

 

Qual a diferença entre 'to' e 'for'? Essa pergunta não é tão fácil de responder como pode parecer! Mas vamos tentar no mini-podcast de hoje onde falaremos sobre a #14 palavra mais comum na língua inglesa - a preposição for.


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FRASES NO MINI-PODCAST DE HOJE:

I have a present for you today.
for
I gave the keys to Peter.
I gave a present to you.
For me?
Yes, it's for you.
I bought curtains for the living room.
My wife bought curtains for the living room.
bought
I bought  a present for my nephew.
I have a present for you.
I bought a dress for my wife.
I bought a  ________  for  _________ .

 

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Let's practice (in the comments section below). Complete the sentence:

I bought a __________ for _________ .

 

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21 comments “As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #14: Qual a diferença entre “to” e “for”? [Inglês BÁSICO Todos os Dias #61]”

I bought a Ana’s princess costume for my daughter.

That’s what Dads do! 😀

I have a tips for you; I learned to(direção de alguém) and for (finalidade, propósito). Tim could you make a podcast about “OF” I don’t know why but I alayws get confused. For example; Parts of body or body parts and so on. could you make a podcast with details about it? Thanks in advance.

Thank you for the tip, Ariol! Yes, that works most of the time. We’ll try to do a podcast about “of” one of these days soon.

I BOUGHT A ENGLISH BOOK FORME!!!

Great idea! 🙂

I bought a new kitchen cabinet for my wife and delived to her the ticket….rssss

Is it correct???

That was nice? What do you mean exactly by “ticket”? The bill? If so, that WASN’T nice! 😀

I bought a book for my daughter

That’s a great present! I always enjoyed getting books!

I bought a cake for my mother’ birthday?
Is it correct?

That’s correct, Andrressa! Congratulations to your mom!

I yesterday bought a car for my wife. :p

Tim .. helo: Why we don’t say : I have bought a present for you ? ( in the Pres. perfect)

I bought an apartment for my mother, she was so happy.

I bought a toy for baby’s friend.

I bought a new refrigerator for my home.

Or my house?

Or my house?

I bought a present for my mother, because is mother’s day in Brazil.

I bought a Tim & Tammy’s english course for me.


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