its hard to explain so i’ll just give you the example.
for : i made this cookies FOR you to : i will send this cookies TO your house tomorrow
so in this kind of situation, for refers to whom you’re going to give the cookies to. while to is where are you going to deliver it to. but those two words can change (the meaning) if the situation is different :)
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