The English language includes some confusing words that are often misused. To clarify this I’ll give you some examples: – accept: I accept the consequences of my actions. – except: I like all the shirts in this shop except the blue one. – affect: Your negative thoughts will affect your state of mind. – effect: His words had a great effect on her. – all ready: The children were all ready…

“I am leaving for Italy” is correct. FOR is a preposition with a few definitions. One definition of for is to indicate, or show, a future goal. “I am leaving for Italy” means that you are leaving your present place, and your future goal is to arrive in Italy. TO is also a preposition, but it shows movement toward a place. So, you would not say, “I am leaving to Italy”,…