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1. This tea is to go.
2. This tea is for here.

(What is the part of speech of 'to go' and 'for here'? And what is the meaning of both?)

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    These sentences are usually used in take-out restaurants. They are both idiomatic. The first uses an infinitive and means that you want to take the tea out of the restaurant. The second uses a prepositional phrase and means that you're going to drink the tea in the restaurant.

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