To, for, so that
In this programme we look at three ways to talk about the reason for doing something.
Our challenger is Selman Ozturt from Turkey. We ask Selman to imagine that he's going camping - but why is he taking the items that he's packed below?
Listen to the programme!
To talk about purpose, or the reason why we do things, we can use for + verb-ing, we can use the infinitive with to, and we can use so that + subject + verb.
Download Catherine's grammar explanation and table (pdf - 55 K)
Download this programme (mp3 - 1.8 MB)
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Now it's your turn to practise for, to and so that. Go to our quiz page on this subject here.
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