If I want to state a number of statements/sentences, and I have said the first one, then I want to say the next one, what would the correct preposition be that will indicate moving from one sentence to the next one in the speech?
I think both prepositions are valid, and each one has its own indication:
Now to the next sentence.
I think it means I now will move from the previous sentence to the next one.
Now for the next sentence.
This could mean I now will get to the next sentence and talk about.
According to Ngram (without any noun after "next", or else there wouldn't be any plot to show), both are used.
What I found in my search:
Listen carefully now to this next statement.
I think "listen" is used implicitly in my examples, so would that make "to" the only possible, correct preposition for such structures?