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He rang ____a table for four.

a. for to order

b. to reserve

c. for reserve

d. making a reservation for

http://www.britishcouncil.org/fr/learnenglish-central-test-test-your-level.htm

http://www.learnenglish.org.uk/test/grammartest.html

Hi,

Which is the correct answer?

Please explain the grammar points of a,b,c and d.

Thanks.

With best wishes.
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Which is the correct answer? b

Please explain the grammar points of a,b,c and d.
b is correct. a, c, and d are wrong.
He rang. Why? To reserve a table.
Only b shows an infinitive of purpose, which is needed to answer the question "Why?"
CJ
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Hi Bhikkhu

You not only credited your source, but also simply asked a question about a tiny bit of what is to be found there, so I don't think there is any problem at all as regards copyright.
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hi...
It´s answer (b) B for Bojangle !!!
Remember this.... you can´t use for and to together.
Regular and irregular verbs in their past form will determine which preposition you use when there is a noun/adjctive after the preposition. ..if you have to use a second verb immediately after the prepositon then the preposition will be a to..if the word following the preposition is a noun/adjective then use for.
If there is no immediate second verb then use for...and either..an article or an adjctive

Hope that helps
Mr Bojangle
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Hello Moderators,

Could you please delete my initial question to avoid infringing any copyrights by British Council?

Your help is greatly appreciated.

I hope to hear from you soon. Thank you.

Best wishes.

Bhikkhu1991.
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