Anonymous
Anonymous asked in 社會及文化語言 · 1 decade ago

in order to與so that的差別

"in order to" 與 "so that" 的差別 ?

意思應該都是 "為了" ? 是否請依這兩個不同造例句參考 ?

Thanks !

in order to 是『為了...』或是解釋做"如果你要...就要..."

通常出險在句子的開頭,為了怎樣怎樣...然後怎樣怎樣

為了...

Ex. In order to get good grades, you have to study hard

(如果你要得到好成績,就該用功讀書or為了得到好成績,你要用功讀書)

so that 應該是『所以那...』

所以用so that 之前應該是有個原因然後才so that...(結果)

因為...so that(所以)....

Ex. I have homework to do, so that i can't go to the party.

(我有功課要做,所以不能去參加party。)

這樣對嗎?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    用in order to 有“為左達到某結果” 的意思

    而so that 就有"做某事情而令到結果係咁”的意思,即係話“如果你咁,就會咁”,隱藏左"by doing this, the result will be that" 的意思

    例如

    In order to get good grades, you have to study hard.

    為了得到好成績,你要用功讀書

    You have to study hard so that you can get good grades.

    你要用功讀書,(這樣)你才會得到好成績

    In order to 可以放句子中間或開端,而so that 只可以放中間

    例:

    You have to work hard in order to get good grades.

    呢句意思係指出"用功讀書"可以達到"得到好成績"既結果

    In order to get good grades, you have to study hard.

    呢句意思係指出"要達到得到好成績"既結果就要"用功讀書”

    Source(s): 自己
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  • 1 decade ago

    用最簡單及簡短解釋,一睇就明

    in order to(為了) = to 後面跟(VERB)

    He work hard in order to / to (EARN) more money.

    so that (為了如此) 後面跟(Clause) - 即 Subject + Verb

    He work hard so that (he can earn more money).

    就係咁簡單

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  • Frank
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    1 decade ago

    in order to means 為了 and so that means為了如此...以至於;以便..

    For example:

    You have to study hard in order to get good grades.

    你用功讀書是為了得到好成績.

    I have homework to do so that I can't go to the party.

    我因為有功課要做,所以不能去參加派對.

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