In order to / so as to + Verb 1
He took the course in order ( so as ) to get a better job.
Trees are being planted by the road side so as ( in order )to reduce traffic noise.
The land was bought quickly so as ( in order ) not to delay the building work.
I came to see you not to complain but in order ( so as ) to apologise.
She stayed at work late in order ( so as ) to complete the report.
In order that / so that
She stayed at worked late in order that / so that she could complete the report.
He took the course in order that / so that he could get a better job.
Did you give up your job in order that / so that you could take care of your mother.
Advice is given in order that students can choose the best course.
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