When do you use FOR and when do you use TO? See the notes below:)

FCE USE OF ENGLISH PART 2 PREPARATION

FOR and TO EXERCISE

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FOR + NOUN Ive got a message for Mary

FOR + GERUND (VERB + -ING) Thank you for looking after my cats

TO + VERB I went to town to do some shopping

For and To Exercise
Fill the gaps with FOR or TO, then press "Check" to check your answers.
1 Thank you helping me with my homework.

2 I need go out to buy some milk and sugar.

3 They went to London see the Crown jewels.

4 Here. This is you.

5 You'll need at least 12 Euros the train.

6 Don't forget to bring everything tomorrow.

7 Take a jacket just be sure you don't get cold.

8 the time being, everything's going well.

9 Sorry being late.

10 Simon's gone into town look a book.

11 I married him better or for worse.

12 be a success in life, you need dedication.