HOW CAN WE UNDERSTAND THEIR DIFFERENCE AND USE THEM CORRECTLY?
FOR + NOUN/ PRONOUN
I’ve got a message for Mary
FOR + GERUND
Thank you for taking care of my dog
TO + VERB (infinitive)
I went to town to do some shopping
*Thank you FOR helping me with my homework.
*I needed to go out TO buy some milk and sugar.
*You will need at least 12 euros FOR the train.
*Here, this is FOR you.
Unfortunately, this rule doesn’t apply to all cases, so try to remember the situations.