- Emp_siavash3 weeks ago
|Mona00Mostafa3 weeks ago|
I’m here to speak English.
I’m here to learn English.
AussieInBg2 weeks agoI’ve given an explanation here about what is going on between those two different expressions.
In short, ”I’m here to speak English” is ”officially” correct, but ”I’m here for speaking English” is very often used ”unofficially” by native English speakers.
As to why the gerund form ”I’m here for speaking English” has evolved, that’s a quite long answer which would be best done on that question thread.
Mona00Mostafa3 weeks agoI guess that there is a difference in the meaning btw
”I’m here to speak English”, and ”I’m here for speaking English”.
So, I hope somebody tells us about it.
Mona00Mostafa3 weeks agoIf we said ”I’m here for” then we use the ”v+ing”
so it’s ” I’m here for speaking English.