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    Question In order to/in order for

    what's the difference between in order to and in order for? when i have to use each one?

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    Re: In order to/in order for

    Quote Originally Posted by Pamela14 View Post
    what's the difference between in order to and in order for? when i have to use each one?
    in order to + infinitive: We need food in order to stay alive.

    in order for + noun: We need food in order for the continuance/support of life.

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