In the following contexts, and regarding the words (forbid/forbidden) I get confused alot.Actually I looked the words up in the dictionary and I couldn't find any thing about using these words with the preposition "on". So are the the following sentences applicable using "on" or should I stick with "for".
1- I forbid smoking on/for you.
2- Smoking is forbidden on/for me.
3- It is forbidden on/for you to smoke here.
Note : I know there are different forms to make sentences using these words, but I'm just interested in the mentioned context above.