Usage of 'for'

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Is there a meaning difference between the two sentences? Or only either of them is grammartically correct? What do you think? 

 

1) 'One whole weekend, you are looking after my dogs.'

 

2) 'For one whole weekend, you are looking after my dogs.'

 

Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.

edited Oct 02 '13 at 00:04 Hans Contributor

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They both have the same meaning, at least to me. The first is a more colloquial usage found more in conversation than in the written word, except for the most casual writing.

And, as usual, you're welcome.

link comment answered Oct 02 '13 at 00:17 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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