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Manager
Joined: 04 Jun 2003
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01 Dec 2003, 23:09
In1572 King Henry VIII sought to have his marriage to Queen Catherine annulled so as to marry Anne Boleyn
a) same
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

But I've wondered that how A is ill-established.

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02 Dec 2003, 06:34
saw it in OG or Kaplan
an explanation was pretty poor

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02 Dec 2003, 10:37
yeah, i think i saw this in OG...i chose D without question...

to me, A makes no sense at all....

if somebody asks you: Why did the King annul his marriage?

would you reply: So that he could marry Catherine.
or would you say: So as to marry Catherine.

-->so as does not make sense in this type of sentence.

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03 Dec 2003, 04:40
no clearer than in the OG.
It is D, because all the others are wrong...

symply does not make sense -- it is so understandable for us, nonnative speakers. no further questions...

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03 Dec 2003, 04:40
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