Can anyone explain/provide examples?
I pinched every penny so as to be a rich man.
I pinched every penny so that I too could one day be a rich man.
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As far as I concerned, there is no difference between the two. Only the which one does not make you confused! I hope you will get what I mean by looking at this example.
For example :OG10
Congress is debating a bill requiring certain employers provide workers with unpaid leave so as to
care for sick or newbom children.
(A) provide workers with unpaid leave so as to
(B) to provide workers with unpaid leave so as to
(C) provide workers with unpaid leave in order that they
(D) to provide workers with unpaid leave so that they
(E) provide workers with unpaid leave and
The difference between B and D is : B: employers....care for sick or children, making the sentence awkward
But D : workers are persons who care for sick or children.
If I use "so as to" I will not able to say my opinion that workers caring for sick or children.
Correct me if I still wrong! hehe
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