Quick Tips: Therefor vs. Therefore

1. Therefor: in exchange for [mostly used in legal text]

Example: He has an apple, and I gave him my orange therefor.

2. Therefore: consequently, for that reason, because of, hence

Example: I think, therefore I am.

 

For a more detailed explanation, see the Grammarist.

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