RULE#1 => BUILD + FOR + OBJECT
|RULE#1||WE USE FOR + OBJECT WITH THE FOLLOWING VERBS.||bake, book, build, buy, catch, choose, cook, cut, fetch, find, get, knit, make, order, pour, reserve, save.
Jim booked a table for them.
My brother cooked the dinner for us.
|RULE#2||WE USE TO + OBJECT WITH THE FOLLOWING VERBS.||award, give, hand, lend, offer, owe, pass, show, teach, tell, throw.
She gave a gift to John.
They showed their car to me.
|RULE#3||WE USE EITHER TO OR FOR + OBJECT WITH THE FOLLOWING VERBS. SOMETIMES THERE IS VERY LITTLE DIFFERENCE IN MEANING.||bring, leave, pay, play, post, read, send, sing, take, write.
She played the song to/for us.
Can you bring a plate to/for me, please?