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    Hi,can anyone tell me the difference between Adverbial clause of result and clause of purpose?
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    He was expelled from school so now he's looking for a job. (looking for a job is the result of the expulsion)
    I did the work early so that I could go away for the weekend. (my purpose was to have free time)

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