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Too…To vs. So…That

The structure too…to… is used to talk about undesirable excess. It has a negative meaning. Study the following sentences. He was very nervous. He couldn’t perform well on stage. He was too nervous to perform well on stage. We can...

So That vs. In Order That

These structures are used to talk about purpose. So that is more common in informal speech and writing. Both these expressions are normally followed by modal auxiliary verbs such as can or will. I waited for an hour so that I...

The Conjunction So…That

The correlative conjunction so…that… shows cause and effect. Study the following sentences. It rained very heavily. As a result, the town went under water. Here the first sentence refers to the cause that leads to the...

Combine using so…that…

The subordinating conjunction so…that… is used to indicate result. Study the example given below. He looked very ill. I felt sorry for him. We can combine these two sentences into one. He looked so...

Combine using so…that…

The subordinating conjunction so…that… is used to indicate result. Study the example given below. He looked very ill. I felt sorry for him. We can combine these two sentences into one. He looked so...

So that and in order that

These structures are used to talk about purpose. So that is more common in an informal style. The modal auxiliary verbs can, will and may are common in clauses introduced by so that. In...