LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||13/SET/2007 7:30 PM|
|Assunto:||Another preposition case...|
You should use "ready to" if there is a verb after the expression. In this case, the word "to" emphasizes that the verb is in the infinitive form.
You should use "ready for" in case there is a noun after the expression. Remember that words ending in -ing are sometimes equivalent to nouns.
ready to + verb
I'm ready to take the exam
Are you ready to go?
You should get the kids ready to go to school.
ready for + noun
I'm ready for the exam.
You should get the kids ready for school.
I'm ready for anything!
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