Re: need meaning of the sentence....
Every verb has two forms of the infinitive:
Originally Posted by rajpan06
1. The to-infinitive (to see)
2. The bare infinitive/base form (see)
I cannot think of any situation where "to" would be followed by the past tense, which is what you did when you wrote "to saw". It doesn't matter what tense the rest of the sentence uses, the "to" in your sentence means "in order to" and is followed by the base form.
I go (present tense) to school to learn.
I went (simple past) to the mall to buy clothes.
I am going (future voice) to Malta to visit my family.
She is in town for the day to see her parents.
She was in town for the day to see her parents.
She will be in town for the day to see her parents.
(Note that "to saw" is a verb in its own right but has nothing to do with "to see").
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