# English

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Posted by rfvv on Friday, November 2, 2012 at 10:46pm.

1. Mom will give me turky sandwiches for lunch for the next two weeks.

2. Mom will give turky sandwiches for lunch to me for the next two weeks.

(Are both right?)

3. Mom will give me turky sandwiches for lunch during the next two weeks.
(Can we substitute 'during' for' for'?)

English - Ms. Sue, Friday, November 2, 2012 at 10:48pm
1 and 3 are right. 2 is not used.

And it's turkey.
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Thank you very much!

2-1. Mom will give turkey sandwiches to me for lunch for the next two weeks.

• English -

Yes, 1 and 2-1 mean the same thing. The smoother sentence is #1, though.

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