- Where do we use so that?
- Is it OK to start a sentence with so?
- What is another way to say I am?
- What is difference between to and from?
- What should I say instead of in order?
- What is the purpose of so?
- What is another way to say so that?
- Is so that correct grammar?
- What should I say instead of as?
- What’s another word for good?
- What does when mean?
- How do you use such that in English?
- How do we use so that?
- How do you use so that in a sentence?
- How do you use in order to and so that?
- Why do we use so?
- What can I use instead of so that?
- What is difference between so and so that?
- Does so that need a comma?
- Is so that informal?
- How do you use in order?
Where do we use so that?
“So that” means “in order to” which answers the question “Why?” We use it to begin adverb clauses of purpose.
Let’s hear an example: It helps to lower blood sugar so that you feel less hungry.
The adverb clause is “so that you feel less hungry.” It shows the purpose for the action in the main clause..
Is it OK to start a sentence with so?
Some writers simply label it as the latest trend in writing style. In fact, starting a sentence with a conjunction such as so, for, but can actually be totally acceptable. Most people don’t care, but those who do, care a whole lot. … But, they do have their uses (just as we used them in the last few sentences).
What is another way to say I am?
In dialogue, one character may say I am, while the next person says I’m instead. We could also consider a general term as we, rather than I, as if including oneself in some group, so as to convince others you’re not somehow distanced from what others or what most people would decide how to act.
What is difference between to and from?
From can also be used with the prepositions ‘to’ and ‘until’ to mark the beginning and ending point of time of an action or state. Generally, ‘from…to’ is used with past tenses, while ‘from… until’ is used when speaking about future actions. However, ‘from…to’ can be used in most situations.
What should I say instead of in order?
in order to / synonymsfor the purpose of. phr. & conj.with the purpose of. phr. & conj.for. adv. & conj.in the interest of. phr. & prep.with a view to. phr. & prep.for the sake of. phr. & prep.with the intention of. phr. & conj.in the name of. phr. & prep.More items…
What is the purpose of so?
so, by itself, is mostly used to introduce clauses of purpose when they refer to future time, or relative future time (examples B1 and B5), as in these cases the meaning of so cannot be ambiguous. It must mean purpose, not consequence.
What is another way to say so that?
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Is so that correct grammar?
A: Your two examples are grammatically correct. The adverb “so,” used to modify an adjective or adverb, can be followed by either “as” or “that.” These “so … as” and “so … that” constructions can be similar in meaning, though they aren’t identical.
What should I say instead of as?
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ASas.as a result of.as long as.as things go.being.by cause of.by reason of.by virtue of.More items…
What’s another word for good?
SYNONYMS FOR good ON THESAURUS.COM 1 pure, moral, conscientious; meritorious, worthy, exemplary, upright. 2 adequate. 3 outstanding, admirable.
What does when mean?
(Entry 1 of 4) 1 : at what time when will you return. 2a : at or during which time. b : and then.
How do you use such that in English?
The boy asked such a foolish question that everybody laughed at him.The man spoke with such passion that all listeners were moved to tears.It was such a hot day that nobody could do any work.It was such an interesting story that I read it in one sitting.He used such bad words that I couldn’t help but slap him.More items…•
How do we use so that?
“So that” is used as a subordinate clause to show purpose or to give an explanation. It is used to show an action producing an intended result or a cause producing an effect.
How do you use so that in a sentence?
Examples: We left a message with her secretary so that she would know we have come. My son went to bed early yesterday so that he could get up on time this morning. Steven is so angry so that he will not accept to talk with us.
How do you use in order to and so that?
A Clause ( Action ) + In Order That + A Clause ( Purpose )Although “so that” is more common than “in order that”, “so that” is less formal than “in order that”.We can leave out “that” after “so”.When we are talking about the future, we can use both simple present tense or will after “so that”.More items…
Why do we use so?
We use so + that as a conjunction to introduce clauses of reason and explanation: They both went on a diet so that they could play more football with their friends. We also use so + adjective or adverb before that-clauses.
What can I use instead of so that?
so that / synonymsthus. adv. & conj.in order. phr.enable. adv. & v.therefore. adv.in order that. conj. & phr.ensure that. phr.such that. phr. & adv.make. v.More items…
What is difference between so and so that?
“So that” tells us for what purpose something is done. What was the intention or plan? In contrast, “so” tells us the effect. It tells us what happened as a result.
Does so that need a comma?
You don’t put a comma before “so that” or so if it is used to indicate the purpose of the action in the first clause, but you can put a comma before the so or so that if it is used to show the result or effect of the action just stated.
Is so that informal?
Yes, ‘for’ can be used as an old-fashioned, formal equivalent for ‘so that’ or ‘so’, but so that and so aren’t particularly informal. However, this is not the way in which you have used it in your example, in which ‘for’ is used less formally than ‘so that’ would have been!
How do you use in order?
We use in order to with an infinitive form of a verb to express the purpose of something. It introduces a subordinate clause. It is more common in writing than in speaking: [main clause]Mrs Weaver had to work full-time [subordinate clause]in order to earn a living for herself and her family of five children.