LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||08/JAN/2011 8:22 PM|
In fact, I meant the two options: "This is good to/for you".
Anyway, it´s good to have you around Oicram, long time no see!
By the way, I read a paper item these days, in wich told a history of the farmers in some country in Africa that were exporting chickens, but where selling them when they were past their "good for" date. It´s not a criticism here, but only an example of the usage of "good for".
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