Which of the following is more grammatically correct? Could you let me know reason for using the favourable preposition (either to or for)?
After having my dinner, I will depart to my house.
After having my dinner, I will depart for my house.
Depart for is the usual form, but, in that particular case, most people would say I’ll go home after dinner.
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