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For As A Preposition

The preposition for has many meanings including the following: For: intended to belong to This letter is for you. Reserve a seat for me. For: in place of I offer you new lamps for old. For: in...

Since, For, Ago, Before

Since, for, ago and before Since, when used with the present perfect tense, means from a point or period of time in the past up to now. I have lived here since my childhood. I...

Time Adverbs Worksheet For Class 7 CBSE

Complete the following sentences using appropriate time adverbs. Time adverbs tell us the time of an action. 1. James has not —————— arrived. (yet / just / already) 2. I have ——————– received a...

Different Uses Of For

Purpose and cause For can be used to talk about people’s purposes in doing something. It is then followed by a noun. I went to the college for an interview with Professor Mark. We...

During vs. In vs. For

During means from the beginning to the end of a particular period of time. It rained during the night. There was not even a whisper during the whole service. During can also be used...

As vs. Since vs. Because vs. For

As can be used to refer to the reason for something. This is particularly common when the reason is already known to the listener/reader, or when it is not the most important part of...