Used for saying how long something lasts or continues for a while : We haven t seen Kim for a while.I've been learning Chinese for two years.1)I slept (of, to, for) only two hours last night.
For (indicating one in a series) por We're visiting here for the second time.El dinero faltante ya ha sido justificado.To, used to indicate the place, person, or thing that someone or something moves toward, or the direction of something: I am heading to the entrance of the building.
Hace mucho calor para esta época del año.A nose for sth figurative (instinctive ability to detect sth) ( figurado ) olfato He has a great nose for good books.An apology for sth (poor example) remedo chiste Frankly, this place is an apology for a hotel.
It is now 10 to five.Answer for sth figurative, informal, US (be adequate) ser adecuado para tomar el lugar de ser usado como The back porch will have to answer for a bedroom.For (in favour) ( ES, coloquial ) por a favor de He was for the plan, but his wife was against.
This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence.For (in order to benefit: sb) por, will you do a favour for me?El club votará a sus nuevos directivos en la próxima reunión.