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    #1

    in order not to loose / for not losing

    Which one of the two sentences sounds more natural?

    1. And he, in order not to loose her, will accept it.

    2. And he, for not losing her, will accept it.

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    #2

    Re: in order not to loose / for not losing

    Only #1 is correct, but you need to change 'loose' to 'lose'.

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