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  1. Junior Member
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    #1

    Can I put this word like in order to in the middle of the sentence?

    It is a debatable issue that in order to succeed, it is better to be more like others than to be different from others.


    can I put the word like in order to here? do you think it's better to use it in the end of the sentence?
    Last edited by haha27; 07-Nov-2012 at 08:09.

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    Re: Can I put this word like in order to in the middle of the sentence?

    Well, to me it does not seem wrong grammatically. However, it does not seem natural and common. Try to rephrase your sentence to make it more natural.

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    Re: Can I put this word like in order to in the middle of the sentence?

    It is a debatable issue that it is better to be more like others than to be different from others in order to suceed.



    this sounds better???

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