“to be able to” or “for the purpose of..”
“I am learning English in order to read English novels in the original language.”
“I would like more money in order to buy a flat in central London.”
“People used to get married in order to live together – now they do not need to.”
“Companies spend a lot of money on advertising in order to build awareness of their brand.”
(3) Answer the questions:
Why are you learning English?
Why do businesses try to grow?
Why do people want to be promoted at work?
Why did you get married? (if you are married) Why would you ever get married? (if you are not)
(4) Develop the idea:
I am learning English in order to read English novels in the original language. I have read a lot of books by English writers in my language but I think it is far more interesting and satisfying to read them in the original. When I was at school I loved the novels of Jane Austen and read Pride and Prejudice several times – but in Spanish not English. Now I am reading it in the orginal: it is still difficult for me but if I go slowly I can understand, and it gives me a huge amount of pleasure to be able to do this.
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