What Is Their Main Difference?
'Therefore' is a coordinating conjunction that connects two independent clauses. It introduces the result of an action, while, 'therefor' is an archaic adverb that means 'for that'. Look below:
The customer got angry because of her impoliteness and the waitress apologized
Nobody is here;
They are only similar in that they have similar pronunciations and nearly identical dictations.
Are They Interchangeable?
We cannot use them interchangeably because they are totally different. Nobody uses 'thterefor' nowadays. Compare:
✓ You didn't make it here on time;
X You didn't make it here on time;
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