We're trying to break an old habit that John Cuartas (and other speakers at his level) do. Instead of saying 'to' he says 'for'. So, he'll saying "I'm going for the kitchen" instead of "I'm going to the kitchen." Seems like a small error but it can lead to bigger confusion down the line. He noticed the error this week when I pointed it out but it's still in his muscle memory. Correct him on the job if you hear him say the word 'for' instead of 'to'.