- "For" is widely used to indicate that something is done for the benefit of someone else. For instance, I can say, "Peter created a website for me." This means, of course, that not only did Peter create a website but he made it for my benefit. Perhaps I asked him to make it for me.
- "For" is commonly used in phrases which indicate duration of time, such as when someone might say, "I practiced the piano for thirty minutes."
- "For" is used in some phrases such as "for example, "for instance", and "What for?"
When we get enough data, I want to refer to it in some comments about translating the Bible into current English.