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To vs. For: What’s the Difference? Learn How to Use “To” and “For” in English Sentences

to vs for

Look at these two sentences:

Can you bring some flowers for Mary?

Can you bring some flowers to Mary?

Do these sentences have different meanings?

The answer is yes—these sentences have different meanings. But maybe you can’t see why.

Are …

Go with the Flow! 37 English Connectors to Improve Your Speaking and Writing

english connectors

It’s time for a short quiz!

Do you have too many ideas for a project but you struggle to put them together?

Are your essays marked poorly despite all your grammatically-correct sentences?

Have you been told that your paragraphs often …

It’s Adventure Time! 40+ Camping Words You Need to Know

camping words

Do you like being outdoors?

Would you like to fall asleep in the grass, looking up at the stars?

How about a walk in the woods, playing hide-and-seek among the trees, with your friends?

If all of this sounds exciting …

Quick Access to Hundreds of Effective English Vocabulary Quizzes for All Levels and Likes

english quizzes

Pop quiz!

Oh no!

Remember, when your teacher would spring (give without notice) a surprise quiz on your class, and you would immediately (right away) go into panic mode?

Well, do not worry, these are not those types of anxiety-causing …

English Feelings: Your Complete Guide to Expressing Your Emotions

english feelings

“How are you feeling today?”

“I am good, thanks!”

“No, how are you, really?”

“I am….”

At times, both native English speakers and language learners can find it difficult to answer such a simple question—how are you really

A+ for Effort: 44 Daily Use English Sentences in School


I vividly remember my first day at school.

I’m sure you do, too!

I remember feeling scared, shy and tongue-tied (unable to speak). I wanted to make new friends and fit in, but I wasn’t sure what to say.

Plus, …

Countable and Uncountable Nouns: The Differences, Tips, Resources and More!

countable and uncountable nouns

Raise your hand if you think English grammar is confusing!

We can never count the total number of stars in the sky.

Yet stars is a “countable” noun.

But we can be fairly certain about the amount of milk …