Spanish Grammar Made Easy: Exploring the Uses of ‘Por’ and ‘Para’

Por and para

Because we know that using Por and Para has been a pain in the neck here we bring you the uses and some activities that can help you understand how to use them.

The confusion is understandable because when translated into English, the prepositions por and para can have different meanings, among them “for”, “to”, “near”, etc.

Here are the most common uses.

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