In 1527 King Henry VIII sought to have his marriage to Queen Catherine annulled so as to marry Anne Boleyn.
(A) so as so marry
(B) and so could be married to
(C) to be married to
(D) so that he could marry
(E) in order that he would marry
THERE is no grammar errors inhere. there are only meaning errors.
"would do" is more certain than " could do" , so D is more logical then E in this context. the meaning here require a possibility not a certainty.
in b and c, the meaning is that the subject dose not do the action of marrying. this is not the intended meaning.
D is most logical, simply speaking
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