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    #1

    For to

    Hello,

    Is for to (in order to) used in modern English?

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    #2

    Re: For to

    No, except perhaps in some nonstandard dialects.
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    #3

    Re: For to

    Possibly in songs and poetry, too.

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    #4

    Re: For to

    Yes, I have heard it in Van Dimens Land by U2.
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    #5

    Re: For to

    I occasionally hear it used by some speakers who are trying to be verbose for to sound posh or official.

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