Language Refreshers

Language Refresher 88: Exchange for vs Exchange with

The Free Dictionary gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use exchange for vs exchange with.

 

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(a). exchange for (something)

-To return or trade an item for something else.

Ex. These shoes are way too big. I need to exchange them for a smaller size. 

(b). exchange (something) with (someone)

 

-To trade or swap something with someone else.

Ex. Don’t tell mom that I exchanged half of my sandwich with one of the others kids for a bag of chips. 

 

 


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