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    in order to

    I don't think "In order to enjoy the sun in winter, our class will have a Winter Excursion in Wuhan Zoo" is perfect. Is it better to say "Our class will have a Winter Excursion in Wuhan Zoo to enjoy the sunshine in winter"?

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    Re: in order to

    Quote Originally Posted by ziawj2 View Post
    I don't think "In order to enjoy the sun in winter, our class will have a Winter Excursion in Wuhan Zoo" is perfect. Is it better to say "Our class will have a Winter Excursion in Wuhan Zoo to enjoy the sunshine in winter"?
    "Our class will have an excursion to Wuhan zoo to enjoy the winter sunshine"

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