I am making arrangements in order to visit you next summer.
I am making arrangements to visit you next summer.
'Arrangement to visit' definitely sounds better than ' arrangement in order to visit'.
There are cases in which 'in order to' may be appropriate in a sentence. E.g.
In order to meet the sales target, the company is offering generous discounts to its customers.
not a teacherThe expression ''in order to'' seems to be optional in most of the cases. Is it true? Yes, it is optional in most cases and is better to be omitted in some cases.
Can I really omit it without damaging(changing/altering) the meaning of the sentence?
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