225 – Except vs Except for – Confusing Vocabulary Lesson

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Except vs Except for

Do you know the difference between except and except for? These two phrases can be confusing, so for today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how to use except and except for.
Here are the example sentences:
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Except or except for

  • Everybody came to the party, except / except for Serena.
  • He ate everything on the plate, except / except for the peas.
  • I have no free time in my schedule, except / except for two hours on Friday afternoon.

Using except for

  • My vacation in Paris was great, except for the rain.
  • I finished cleaning the whole house, except for the bathroom.
  • We drank all the liquor at the party, except for one bottle of champagne.
  • I never go to the mall, except to shop for Christmas presents.
  • Steve rarely goes to Manhattan, except to see his doctor.
  • Happy does nothing all day except sleep and eat.
  • These days I don’t do anything except work in the office.
  • There are no good Thai restaurants except in Manhattan.
  • You can’t buy those spices anywhere except at an Indian grocery store.
  • Bob is a good employee, except that he comes to work late a lot.
  • New York is a great place to live, except that it is cold in the winter.

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