آموزش زبان انگلیسی دوره دبیرستان
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To- In order to - So as to -So that - In order that
Adverbial clauses of purpose can start with the conjunctions in order to, to, so as to, so that , in order that.
We use in order to and so as to in more formal situations. In everyday conversation we usually use to instead of in order to.
For example, "I phoned her to ask about her trip" instead of "I phoned her in order to ask about her trip."
Adverbial clauses with in order that, and so that usually have can, will or may if the main clause is in the present tense, and could, would or might if the main clause is in the past.
I . will give you this English book so that you can pass your exam.
2. We keep our meat in the fridge so that it doesn't go bad.
3. David is borrowing some English books in order to learn more of this language.
4. I have to leave early in order that I won't miss my plane.
5..In order to see the stage, I moved a bit closer.
7. I wrote down his telephone number so as not to forget it .
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