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    #1

    he would not pay for his brother to

    Are these sentences both correct:

    1-He would not pay for his brother to go to a good school.
    2-He would not pay so that his brother would go to a good school.

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    #2

    Re: he would not pay for his brother to

    I would make #2: He would not pay so that his brother could go to a good school.

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