I have the dude about the correct use of for and with in the finish of the sentences. I read in several texts but I not inderstand when I use and when not Thanks for tou help.

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It completely depends on the context they have been used for. Like this sentence that I wrote just now.. The position of ‘for’ will change depending on the structure of the sentence. There are many ways to ask a question , for instance , ‘What can I do for you?’ is also phrased as “ What can I do you for?”. I have heard people use the second one in a lot of American movies but I have not heard anyone use it in real life..

The main point to note is that the usage of ‘for’ and ‘with’  depends on the action verbs used.

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