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    Which of the following is correct:
    1-To learn German, he was sent to Berlin.
    2-In order to learn German, he was sent to berlin.

    3-In order to leqrn German, they sent him to Berlin.
    4-To learn German, they sent him to Berlin.

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    The third and fourth sentences may be grammatically correct, but they make sense only if they were the ones who wanted to learn German and not him.

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    Wow, that was fast! Thanks.

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