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91 - Por and Para#91 Por and Para Por and Para have the...

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Por and Para #91
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Por and Para Por and Para have the same meaning in English most of the time Por and Para can change meanings depending on usage Por and Para are not interchangeable– they have their own set of rules. Por and Para are easily confused if people don’t pay attention to their usage. – it can alter your intent if used wrong.
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Uses of Para Para is used for DEADLINES Meaning “by” “for” Examples: I need the paper by Monday. (Yo) necesito el papel para lunes. The present is going to arrive by this weekend. El regalo va a llegar para este fin de semana.
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Uses of Para Para is used for DESTINATION . meaning “for” or “to” Examples I travel to Spain this year in a plane. Yo viajo para España este año en el avión. I walk to school every morning. Yo camino para la escuela todas las mañanas.
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Uses of Para Para is used for EMPLOYMENT Meaning “for” Examples I worked for my dad last summer. Yo trabajé para mi papá el verano pasado. She works for Sears.
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