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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Linking Words of Purpose - English Grammar

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Are you often wondering about the

correct linking word to express a purpose?

Are you uncertain how to use

expressions such as 'so that', 'so as to' or 'with a view to'?

Then join me in this

lesson for a review of the most common

linking words we use to express a purpose.

Hello and welcome everyone this is Minoo at Anglo-Link.

Today we're going to review words and expressions that join

two clauses with a purpose relationship.

These are words and phrases like 'so that',

'in order that', 'in order to', 'so as to' and

'with a view to'.

We will look at how they join

two closest to each other and also which

ones are more appropriate for spoken

English and which ones are more

appropriate for written English.

We'll finish with a gap-filling exercise so

you can test your assimilation.

By the end of the lesson you will have mastered

the use of these words both in spoken

and in written English.

So when you're ready, let's begin!

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