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    Purpose ( TO or FOR )

    Can I get train Edinburgh with a special place .... the journey.
    1- to sleep while on2- to sleep during3- for sleeping while on4- for sleeping during

    ( The answer key says 4 is the correct one. However, I,personally, lean against 1. I'm in a quandary. Which one is more correct here and why? )

    Thanks heaps

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    Re: Purpose ( TO or FOR )


    The whole sentence is unnatural. We'd be far more like to say "Can I get a train to Edinburgh with a sleeping berth?" or "Can I get a sleeper to Edinburgh?"

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