Use of for ( Preposition)
Expressing a purpose or reason:
What is she smiling for .
Which of these houses is for sale?
What you like a bag for those books.
What is that lever for?
Let’s invite them over for dinner.
There’s s facility for calculating percentage.
Used to refer to the person or thing that receives something or is helped by something:
Let us choose a date that’s more suitable for you .
I bought this book for my mother.
Do not you feel any sympathy for the people who have lost their homes?
This wall paper is for classroom.
It is used to refer to the place you are travelling to or going to:
Is this train for India?
We have left for the station at 7.
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