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    in order for

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-People pay us a lot of money in order for their children to attend our school.
    2-People pay us a lot of money for their children to attend our school.

    3-In order for their children to attend our school, people pay us a lot of money.
    4-For their children to attend our school, people pay us a lot of money.

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    Re: in order for

    I think they sound better without 'in order'.

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